industrial MEP design services

David J. FullerP.E.

Vice President

As the leader of Kibart’s electrical engineering team, Dave Fuller directs the infrastructure design and master planning for all projects, with a particular passion for mission-critical systems, laboratories, data centers, and prison facilities. Dave’s lockbox memory makes him especially valuable in Kibart’s environment of mentoring and constant learning. His ability to recall details from projects long past offers a unique advantage and a vast library of solutions for today’s projects. He never lets go of his desire to understand electrical system components inside and out.

Dave is motivated by the challenges that occur every day, across multiple sectors and a variety of building types. He works closely with clients at the start of each project to review requirements, present available options and consider potential cost impacts. Dave also completes constructability reviews, stays available to the client throughout design and construction, and works to assure department quality control.

In 1992, Dave joined Kibart as an Electrical Project Manager and was named Chief Electrical Engineer in 1994. He advanced to the role of Vice President in 2001 when he Ed Abbott, Farshad Kassiri and Mike Ford purchased the firm from its original owners.

There’s tremendous opportunity in the green power market. Kibart not only applies new technologies and equipment, but proactively seeks innovative ways to use them to make our next designs even more sustainable and more efficient, so that we’re ready when these green-power opportunities present themselves. Sustainability has always been at Kibart’s core, but today our passion for it is more intense then ever.

Dave has worked in the field of electrical engineering since 1986, and earned a degree in Engineering Technology from Loyola University, Maryland. He is licensed to practice engineering in the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Professional Affiliations

  • Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers
  • National Fire Protection Association
  • Illuminating Engineering Society
  • American Council of Engineering Companies – Maryland

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