Daniel Schloss brings over 10 years of experience in mechanical consulting engineering / and mechanical contracting industries to Dynamic MEP Consulting Engineers. Daniel attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where he studied Architectural Engineering with an emphasis in Heating, Ventilation and Cooling system design and Construction Management.
Daniel began his career as a Construction Coordinator with CH2M Hill in Englewood Colorado working in power plant design and construction management. After working in the power industry for several years, Daniel accepted a position as a mechanical consulting engineer with Randall Lamb Associates in San Diego, CA. Daniel continued his career in the MEP consulting engineering business and later returned to Denver with McGrath Engineering Inc. working as a Mechanical Engineer for over three years. Later Daniel obtained his professional engineering license and accepted a position with Maxson Engineering as a Mechanical Engineer working with them for another two years. Combining his experience in the engineering and construction industries, Daniel later accepted a position as a Project Manager developing a design-build department for Phoenix Refrigeration in the Detroit, MI metro area. With his well-rounded engineering and construction management experience, Daniel is now an Associate with Dynamic MEP Consulting Engineers in Lakewood, CO designing and commissioning mechanical and plumbing systems.
Daniel is actively involved with the HVAC industry continuously staying up to date with the latest technologies, equipment, and design software offering the latest, energy efficient mechanical system designs for his client’s needs. As a member of ASHRAE, he continues to adapt to the current trends, regulations and best practices for the HVAC industry with an emphasis on High Performance Building Design philosophy. Daniel’s project experience over his career includes hospital, medical, office, higher education, retail, hospitality, aerospace, multi-family, churches, government, education, supermarket, industrial refrigeration warehouses, breweries and restaurants.