Michael J. Langton, PE, CEM, Cx, LEED AP
Michael is driven by a passion to improve energy efficiency, comfort and sustainability for the largest, most-complex buildings and facilities operating across Bayou City and South Texas. Michael applies more than 30 years of mechanical engineering and construction experience as a consulting engineer and as a manufacturer’s representative. In addition to supporting healthcare, aviation and other mission-critical clients, Michael’s integrated, high-efficiency design skills are on display at the LEED Platinum Green Home he built himself, featuring geothermal heating and an energy-recovery system.
Michael is an active member in local chapters of the American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), Texas Association of Healthcare Facilities Management (TAHFM), and Houston Area Association of Healthcare Engineers (HAAHE). He served as a founding member of the Houston Area Texas Combined Heat and Power Initiative.
Michael has collaborated on the following projects
- Galveston National Laboratory, University of Texas Medical Branch, BSL-4 air distribution and exhaust system
- George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas, Terminal C Redevelopment Project
- Phillips 66, Oil and Gas Global Research Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, laboratory exhaust system