Martin McMorrow, PE, LEED Green Asc
Martin McMorrow, P.E., LEED™ Associate Professional BD&C, is a practicing licensed Professional Engineer with over 20 years of experience in the Environmental Health, Occupational Safety and Mechanical Engineering fields. He possesses a Master’s Degree in “Environmental Heath and Occupational Safety” from Hunter College, NY and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Polytechnic University, NY. In 2011, Mr. McMorrow was certified as a LEED Associate Professional.
He is currently an Environmental Engineer at the United States Naval Facilities Engineering Command in Port Hueneme, CA. He provides specialized facilities engineering, technology solutions and life-cycle management of expeditionary equipment to the Navy, Marine Corps, Federal Agencies and other Department of Defense Cliental. Mr. McMorrow serves as a project engineer on multiple engineering and technology projects conducting technical investigations, technology demonstrations and environmental engineering projects involving the generation, treatment, storage, processing and disposal of pollutants.
Prior to his employment with the Navy he was a Principal Mechanical Engineer for the Suffolk County Department of Public Works (NY). He prepared or reviewed civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, sanitary designs and specifications for county owned facilities; conducted testing, troubleshooting and balancing on HVAC and plumbing systems as required to meet codes; prepared budgets for capital programs, and managed overall finances for capital programs in the Facilities Engineering Division.
Before working for Suffolk County, he held the title of Enforcement Officer / Environmental Engineer with the United States EPA, Region 2, Air Compliance Branch where he enforced the Clean Air Act. He also spent several years working on various real estate related environmental issues for an Environmental Engineering firm in New York City as a Design Engineer.
Mr. McMorrow serves the Nation as an Engineering Duty Officer (Commander, O-5) in the United States Navy Reserve. He is the Executive Officer of a 25 officer unit providing engineering support to various public and private ship-building or repair facilities throughout the country including: Norfolk, VA; Kittery, ME; Puget Sound, WA and the Pearl Harbor, HI Naval Shipyards, General Dynamics (Groton, CT and San Diego, CA), Huntington Ingalls (Newport News and Gulf Coast), Bath Iron Works (Bath, ME) and Marinette Marine (Marinette, WI).