Mechanical engineer
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Keith Przeclawski has designed and managed numerous projects across a variety of fields including: municipalities, schools, higher education, manufacturing, health care, commercial, high tech, and various specialty jobs for industrial processes. The mechanical systems utilized have varied from heating and ventilation, direct expansion (DX) split systems, packaged DX, variable refrigerant volume (VRF), air cooled and water cooled chilled water, thermal storage, computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units, plumbing and fire protection. Keith’s vast knowledge in his field of mechanical engineering provides CEG clients with efficient, cost effective and competitive design solutions. As an active member of American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Keith is also able to apply the most current code requirements to each of his projects.

Project I’m proudest of: Raytheon Centers of Innovation building in Palm Bay, FL, which involved the renovation of an existing 69,000-square-foot-building. The reason I am proud is it is a high-profile client whose product enriches the community and makes civilization more technologically advanced.

When I’m not at work: I cherish spending time with my wife, Lindsey, and our children. At other times, you can find me playing flag football or bouncing around a racquetball court. I also enjoy woodworking.

“The hard work puts you where the good luck can find you.”

Structural engineer
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Tom Adams has performed structural design and threshold inspections for commercial, industrial, institutional, government and custom residential projects throughout his long career. Tom’s vast experience in designing structures with many different types of building materials provides CEG clients with efficient, cost-effective and competitive design solutions. Tom’s focus on communication with clients in the early stages of design have provided successful, on time, under budget construction projects throughout the years. As an active member of the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) and the American Concrete Institute (ACI), Tom’s expertise continually evolves with the state-of-the-art design philosophies and building codes in use by the industry today. He is also certified by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers as a Special Inspector for threshold-type structures.

Project I’m proudest of: The Hermitage in St. Petersburg, FL, because of the challenge to design. This project was an eight-story, 607,677-square-foot building with 348 rental units. In addition, it integrated a central parking garage and a retail center.

When I not at work: You can find me on the water offshore fishing or in the water scuba diving. I also enjoy time with my wife Kathy and our three sons and two dachshunds

“Carpe diem: Seize each day for what it is worth.”

Civil engineer
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During his 20-year career, Jake Wise has managed an extensive spectrum of civil engineering projects and responsibilities, including site design and permitting of commercial, industrial, aerospace, institutional, government, residential and entertainment facilities. He provides conceptual site plans for single-phase projects, plus master planning for long-range site development. Permitting is critical for every project and Jake executes and carefully tracks all required site permitting. He has forged relationships at all governmental levels, including municipalities, counties, state and federal agencies. He provides coordination throughout the design and construction process of all predesign and construction testing, surveying, environmental reviews, inspections and certifications.

Project I’m proudest of: All of them. After nearly two decades running this company I have learned to appreciate every project like it is the first one and treat each client like they are the last one.

When I’m not at work: I love spending time with my family, traveling and playing/watching sports. Not necessarily in that order, depending on how my four kids and the Red Sox are behaving.

“The difference between try and triumph is just a little umph!” (Marvin Phillips)

Electrical engineer
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David Alley designs and manages numerous projects across a variety of fields, including commercial, industrial, educational, health care, government, aerospace and entertainment facilities. Dave has more than 20 years of experience in designing and estimating electrical plans for power distribution, grounding, stand-by and emergency power generation systems, lighting, solar, voice and data communications, fire alarm and lightning protection systems.

Project I’m proudest of: Grand Central at Kennedy in Tampa, FL. This twin-tower, mixed-use, high-rise project overlooking downtown Tampa was one of our first projects that exceeded $150 million in construction value. The design phase lasted about 11 months with construction lasting almost 18 months.

When I’m not at work: I love traveling to National Parks, trying my luck at offshore fishing and roughing it by camping with friends and family.

“It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” (Albert Einstein)