Julene May Shares Federal Building Expertise

May_Julene_HR.jpgSenior project manager Julene May in Fairbanks, Alaska, Eielson Air Base F-35 Beddown Program, is quoted for her expertise in government building design.

Consulting-Specifying Engineer | July 28, 2020

MEP Roundtable. Julene May, Stanley Consultants, respondent.

Engineering special use facilities for American air bases is difficult enough, try doing it in permafrost near Fairbanks, Alaska. Our woman on-the-spot is Julene May, PE, PMP, Chief, F-35 Beddown Program Management Office, Stanley Consultants Inc. Listen to her wisdom about extreme engineering in Consulting-Specifying Magazine’s MEP Roundtable discussion.

She says, “During the design of these projects the use of building information modeling, civil site modeling and mechanical, electrical and plumbing design coordination was key to delivering projects efficiently. I would say two significant trends impacting our program are alternate project delivery methods and design automation.”


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