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Jose V. Chan Jr.
|Jose V. Chan Jr.|
|Title||Lead Design Manager, U.S. Navy, China Lake, CA (Retired)|
|Expertise||Research and development in the Heating and Airconditioning industries; Professional licenses-District of Columbia, State of Arizona, State of New Mexico, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, State of Maryland, State of New Hampshire, Contractor State License (Mechanical C-20), State of California|
|Type of Organization||Engineering|
|Major Product||Engineering services|
|Area of Distribution||International|
|University/Degree||B.S., Mechanical Engineering, FEATI University, Philippines; M.S. Candidate, Mechanical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute|
|Honors & Awards||Fellow, Life Member, American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE); U.S. Air Force Quarterly Civilian Service Award, 2X; U.S. Navy Outstanding Performance Award, 4X; U.S. Army Civilian Command Award; Certificate of Recognition, U.S. Secretary of Defense during period of cold war, 1945-91|
|Affiliations||American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers; Association of Energy Engineers; National Society of Professional Engineers; American Society of Mechanical Engineers|
|Hobbies & Sports||Golf, basketball|
|Work History||Served as Project Engineer with responsibility of designing new construction, renovation, improvement of U.S. barracks, lodging, family housing facilities, 2001-02; Chief Mechanical Engineer responsible in design and construction with the U.S. Air Force base's 50 year old infrastructure, constructed 2 100,000 barrel bulk fuels storage tanks valued at $19M and doubling U.S. air base installation's fuel capacity and successfully renovated for flight simulator housing $90M cutting-edge F16 fighter jets trainers, additionally directed complex designs for $28M aircraft hydrant fueling system and 340 ft. parking ramp ahead of schedule, 2002-05; As Project Manager for U.S. Army applied innovation approaches in designing energy mechanical projects such as HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, control systems for dining facilities, military barracks, schools, security, office buildings, served as U.S. Army instructor for HVAC systems, 2005-15; Lead Design Manager, provided technical advice for young engineers and assistance in designing energy mechanical system on heating, ventilation/exhaust, cooling and refrigeration systems, 2015-17|
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