Daniel Quon, P.E., RCDD
responsibilities at OMB include both project engineering and the development of in-house design standards for power, lighting, voice/data/video, security, sound, and building automation systems. He is responsible for the development and application of OMB’s guide specifications, and administration of both the staff training and development program, and OMB’s quality assurance/quality control activities. He has more than 25 years of experience in the design of electrical facilities in schools, colleges/universities, industrial/manufacturing plants, government/institutional buildings, and high-voltage utility systems. He has extensive experience in the development of written electrical system maintenance and testing procedures for facility manager and contractor use, and in the performance of due diligence- and property review-surveys. His project experience includes educational technology upgrades for several campuses in the San Diego Unified School District; the Field House/University Student Union Building at California State University, San Marcos; the Transient Apron Improvements at John Wayne Airport; the Alamitos Bay and Long Beach Marinas (including electrical facility surveys); municipal parking/transportation centers for the Cities of Lodi, Sacramento, and Sunnyvale; and the design of the light-rail stations comprising the Los Angeles-to-Pasadena Gold Line. Dan is a graduate of the University of Southern California (BSEE and MSEE), is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Engineering Society, is a BICSI Registered Communications Distribution Designer, and is a Registered Electrical Engineer (EE, #8484) in the State of California.
Education, Accreditation & Affiliations
IEEE — Institue of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
IESNA — Illuminating Engineering Society of North America