DALE A. BACIK
About Us

Dale A. Bacik, PE
President


Charles (CJ) Flask, PE
LEED AP BD+C, CxA
Vice President


Ryan E. Morriss, PE
Project Manager


Nicholas Stephenson, PE
Project Manager


Philip Moody
Project Manager

Dale Bacik has over 40 years’ experience with design, engineering and project management. He has worked extensively at one of the countries’ finest hospitals, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation. At this institution, Dale was responsible for the design and engineering of systems for over 140 projects in 32 buildings, spanning a period of 20 years. Many of these projects were in association with nationally recognized signature architects. He has designed and managed a wide variety of projects for both public and private sector clients.

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Cleveland State University
Cleveland, Ohio

Thermal Storage Applications
University of Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS:

  • Professional Engineer: FL, GA, SC, AL, KY and OH
  • National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)

EXPERTISE:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Power Distribution Systems
  • Emergency Power Systems
  • Forensic Engineering
  • Facility Commissioning
  • Communication Systems
  • Lighting Systems
  • Life Safety Systems
  • Short Circuit and Coordination Analysis
  • Facility Master Planning
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Energy Analysis and Engineering
  • Central Energy Plants
  • Substation Design
  • Facility Needs Assessments
  • Thermal Storage Systems Design

PROJECT EXPERIENCE:

  • Westminster Little Bayou, St. Petersburg, FL
    New 5-story complex with indoor parking and 27 units. Facility is served by central energy plant systems.

  • Fort Belvoir Community Hospital Commissioning, Fort Belvoir, VA
    Provided design review and commissioning services for this state-of-the-art military hospital. The facility is built as part of the BRAC program, which replaces Walter Reed Army Medical Center and hospitals at Fort Belvoir and Andrews Air Force Base.

  • United States Naval Air Station Key West, FL
    Renovations to the 7,000 sq. ft. Building 4085, Radar Air Traffic Control Center (RATCC). A new mass notification Fire Alarm System replaced the existing building system. Demolition of the clean agent Fire Suppression System and installation of a double action Fire Suppression System for the 3,000 sq. ft. raised floor data area. Scope of work also included a new fire service water line.

  • United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM), MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL
    New highly secured main Conference Room in the Headquarters Command Suite. All work under SCIF standards.

  • Aqua at Pelican Isle Yacht Club, Naples, FL
    Luxury condominium complex with 82 units ranging from 3,800 sq. ft. to 7,000 sq. ft. Included amenities, swimming pool, spas and private yacht harbor.

  • Hillsborough County Schools, Upgrades to Central Energy Plants, Tampa, FL
    Design review and QA/QC for (3) different schools under one prime contract. Each facility is a different type of chiller plant design that required upgrades. New chilled water plant layouts required new pumps, VFD’s, chillers, associated components, and piping to meet each schools specific needs and requirements.

  • Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort, Marco Island, FL
    Energy analysis and study to provide emergency generation back-up power systems related to an After Storm Event and Disaster Recovery Plan. Study included (2) 2 Mega Watt generators, emergency power distribution, utility coordination, ventilation requirements, and sound attenuation.

  • TriPointe Plaza, Tampa, FL
    Mixed-use development that includes a 4-story class A office building, 380 car parking garage, and 12-story, 170 room Element hotel. Engineer-of-Record for hotel.

  • Progressive Insurance Call Center, Tampa, FL
    Campus style office complex with 300,000 GSF. Includes (2) call center buildings each 120,000 sq. ft. and a 60,000 sq. ft. amenities building.

  • Malcom Randall VA Medical Center, Gainesville, FL
    Replacement of an aging HVAC air handling unit that serves the Laboratory, and a new dedicated unit for the Sterile Processing Decontamination (SPD) area. Work effort required extensive field verification of existing conditions, and commissioning of the new and renovated units. A detailed phasing plan insured minimal interruption of hospital operations during the construction period.