Engineers with C & R Mechanical obtain Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design accreditation.

C & R Mechanical Company Engineers Jamison Bloebaum (left) and Tom Murawski are two of five company engineers to have recently earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council.
ST. LOUIS - Five mechanical engineers employed by C&R Mechanical Co. have earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council.

The C&R Mechanical engineers to earn the distinction include: Tom Murawski, Jamison Bloebaum, Kent Poyser, Sam Crum and Tim Riedle.

LEED accreditation is awarded to individuals who have proven their knowledge of the LEED rating system, an industry standard for energy efficient and "green" design.

"LEED accreditation requires knowledge of LEED criteria and an understanding of design and construction issues that must be considered in sustainable building design," said USGBC-St. Louis Chapter coordinator, Deborah Chollet. "Every LEED-accredited engineer should take great pride in that accomplishment."

C&R has participated in construction projects focusing on "health-building" design. Projects include Enterprise Rent-A-Car Fleet Services, Tarlton Construction Headquarters, Maryland Heights government center and the pre-engineered Sisters of Mercy convent.