Christopher DeWaal, PE, LEED AP
Associate Principal, Practice Group Leader
Methodical and reflective, Chris brings a broad background in electrical design and engineering management to his leadership role in ISG’s Electrical Engineering Group. Specializing in analysis of electrical requirements for all types of facilities, and developing innovative and economical solutions, Chris works closely with all of ISG’s in-house disciplines to solve electrical system puzzles in a timely manner and within budget.
With experience working across dynamic public and private sectors from government and commercial to industrial and electrical utility, Chris has led electrical system design for projects ranging in scale from single floor updates to multi-million sq. ft. manufacturing campuses. His specialized experience working with large industrial based enterprises adds significant value to any industrial expansion project, and translates in his management of cross-market projects of similar scale.
In addition to his experience designing power systems up to 38 kV, lighting, and control systems for all types of buildings, Chris also provides electrical safety and performance studies, arc flash mitigation recommendations, as well as electrical safety training and safe work practices consulting to meet industry safety standards. These efforts help businesses maintain vital power systems while providing safe working environments for employees.
Context | Strategic | Learner | Achiever | Responsibility
National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Master of Engineering Management, Kansas State University – Manhattan, KS
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Michigan Technological University – Houghton, MI