Engineering contributions to daily life

Employees evaluate equipment at the RagingWire Data Center.

Insights from a Page engineer

Page was one of the first design firms in the nation to recognize the importance of aligning architectural with engineering designs at the beginning of a project. We are consistently ranked as one of the top architecture and engineering (A/E) firms in the country and our engineers have worked on numerous award-winning projects.

They belong to and serve as leaders for national organizations such as ASHRAE and share their expertise at conferences and with media publications. Page engineers are frequently tapped as subject matter experts on topics as specific as HVAC design for universities, fire protection specialization at government facilities and more.

We are regular participants at engineering college career fairs and have supported numerous graduate Page engineers on their path to becoming licensed professionals. Below, our Clayton Bourassa gives an insight into engineering at Page.

About Clayton

Clayton Bourassa is an electrical designer who knows that poor quality of work in his field can injure or even result in fatalities. He has seen enough frightening examples of electrical faults and accidents firsthand to develop heightened situational awareness in his day-to-day activities, even in tasks such as design review. However, he considers that a valuable work trait, not only for clients but for his colleagues and project end-users as well.

Clayton explains his professional meaning of commitment as, “ensuring that the job will be done well, on time, under budget”, which fosters a better relationship with clients. He sees collaboration as a derivative of commitment since the former is required to successfully complete the large, complex projects on which Page works.