Media Release

Media Release

Rachel Stuckey, PE, Named in Engineered Systems Magazine’s 20 to Watch: Women in HVAC

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

ROCHESTER, N.Y., January 8 — Engineered Systems Magazine has named Rachel Stuckey, PE, LEED AP®, BEMP, CEA, EBCP, to its 2019 list of 20 to Watch: Women in HVAC. Stuckey, senior associate and building performance engineering department manager in the facilities core business at Erdman Anthony’s Rochester office, was selected from 150 nominees to be on the elite list of 20.

Beginning with undergraduate research experience at the University of Notre Dame’s superconductor lab in 1998, Stuckey has focused the past 18 years on expanding her engineering career to bring about change within the industry. In her 10 years with Erdman Anthony, she has obtained numerous licenses and certifications and authored articles for local and national publications while providing HVAC design, energy analysis, and commissioning services for industrial, educational, commercial, and health care client facilities. She is also a founding member of SustainabiliTEAM™, Erdman Anthony’s approach to sustainable design and building operation, which combines the efforts of the firm’s engineers, energy analysts, and commissioning professionals.

Stuckey was elected to Erdman Anthony’s board of directors in 2018. She is an active member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers and helps educate children about the importance of STEM careers.

Engineered Systems Magazine is a print and digital publication that promotes energy-efficient solutions for high-performance buildings by offering insights and news for mechanical consulting and facility engineers. The January issue featuring Stuckey is being distributed January 14-16 at the 2019 AHR Expo in Atlanta.

For 65 years, Erdman Anthony has provided infrastructure engineering and support services to private industry and government clients. The multidisciplinary firm employs over 250 people, including 70 professional engineers and professional land surveyors, throughout its offices in Albany, Buffalo, and Rochester, New York; Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; West Palm Beach, Florida; and Portland, Maine. The firm’s integrated engineering expertise spans the bridge, commercial/site development, education, energy, health care, highway, industrial, oil and gas, parks and recreation, private utility, rail, retail, and water/sewer markets. Erdman Anthony’s quality management system is certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard.

Rachel Stuckey