Lead engineer and principal partner of A.C.H. S.L.
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Juan Travesí is an industrial engineer who has worked with the firm, A.C.H. S.L. since 1995, becoming the lead engineer and principal partner of the company in 2005. His main areas of research are energy simulation in buildings, energy conservation in buildings and community systems programs.
He has been the lead designer on complex HVAC systems for major buildings, including the new terminal 4S at Madrid’s Barajas Airport and the Central University Hospital of Asturias. He designed the mechanical installations for the new Spanish Parliament Building and the tennis facility, the “Caja Magica”, in Madrid, among others. Since 2005 he has combined his professional practice with teaching at several universities.
He received his degree from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air Conditioning Engineers; the Board of Governors of ATECYR; and the Spanish association, Asociación Española de Ingenierías e Ingenieros Consultores de Instalaciones, among other professional organizations.