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MONTE DEPOUW is a licensed electrical engineer in Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, and Missouri. As principal of the firm he oversees an experienced staff of engineers and designers who specialize in various commercial and industrial lighting while also maintaining an active portfolio for his clients. Mr. DePouw is a graduate of the Michigan Technical University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. His career includes seven years with General Electric in industrial power system and lighting design. He is a past officer of the Memphis Chapter of the National Society of Professional Engineers.

MARK CONDER, lead engineer for the firm, is LEED accredited and licensed in Tennessee, Texas, Maryland, North Carolina, and Georgia. A graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, he also received an MBA from the University of Memphis. He is experienced in all areas of lighting and electrical design, Mr. Conder is frequently consulted during the design phase of many religious structures. Mr. Conder has served on the Town of Collierville Board of Design Review for the past eight years.

SAM LITTLE received a B. S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Memphis. Mr. Little is a registered electrical engineer in the state of Tennessee. His concentrated area of expertise is institutional and educational design providing services for all levels from secondary schools to universities. Mr. Little is qualified to provide System Planning/Analysis Surveys and System Short Circuit Analysis. He is a member of the Mid-South Electrical Industry Association (MSEIA).

JERRY MOORE, the firm's production manager prepared the electrical design for the first LEED certified project, Independent Bank in Germantown, TN, in Shelby County. Jerry is a graduate of the University of Memphis. His experience is in facilities management planning for both the public and private sectors while providing review/quality control. He is experienced in providing analysis for commercial and institutional site lighting/landscape lighting design with foot-candle analysis for local design review boards and corporate client review. Mr. Moore's expertise also includes sports lighting project design and contract management for park commissions, public and private educational facilities and booster clubs. His work on sports facilities include recreational, Little League, American Legion, collegiate and professional levels.

CHRIS EDWARDS, a LEED accredited engineer, graduated with honors from The University of Tennessee with a B.S in Electrical Engineering. Mr. Edwards is a registered Engineering-Intern in the state of Tennessee. He has experience on collegiate level renovations and field design layouts. His senior capstone project providing motorized mobility for a disabled preschooler garned regional attention.