Greg Gross, PE

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Greg Gross joined CPP in 2008 as an air quality engineer coming from a manufacturing and production background at a major US brewery. He holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Colorado State University and has been involved with a wide range of projects throughout his career at CPP, from integrating accelerometers at 2,700’ for a building motion monitoring system on Burj Khalifa, to implementing fan energy savings projects on dozens of laboratory systems around the globe.

Throughout his career at CPP, Greg has conducted numerous air quality studies and has been instrumental in the continued development of CPP’s tools and standards. He has spent approximately half of his tenure as a member of the system group which is tasked with support and improvement of the wind tunnel measurement systems along with the execution of field projects.

Most recently, Greg has been an integral part of the implementation and commissioning of variable air volume (VAV) laboratory exhaust systems based on air quality testing results. His experience with HVAC systems, controls, and air quality analysis combine to provide effective troubleshooting abilities and insight.

Greg is a licensed Professional Engineer in Colorado. He is also an active member of both the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the International Institute of Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL).