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EDI and our Associates are active in the following professional organizations and technical societies:
Registrations & Certifications
Many of our consultants maintain the following certifications that enable us to better serve our customers:
Professional Engineer (PE) – Mechanical, Electrical
Issued by Secretary of State agencies to license design competency for building systems such as electrical and mechanical. The license incorporates a minimum 4 years of related design experience and a Bachelor of Engineering degree. Engineers are registered on a state-by-state basis for a specific discipline.
Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD)
Issued by the Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI), an organization dedicated to improving the quality of technology infrastructure in buildings, particularly networking and telecommunications. The RCDD represents engineering skills specific to the design of specialized structured cabling systems for facilities.
LEED Accredited Professions (AP)
LEED Professional Credentials demonstrate current knowledge of green building technologies, best practices, and the rapidly evolving LEED Rating Systems. They show differentiation in a growing and competitive industry, and they allow for varied levels of specialization. A LEED Professional Credential provides employers, policymakers, and other stakeholders with assurances of an individual’s level of competence and is the mark of the most qualified, educated, and influential green building professionals in the marketplace.
Data Center Certified Energy Practitioner (DCEP)
Issued by the Department of Energy, this person is trained on performing energy assessments in data centers and transferring knowledge to the data center staff for allowing replication. Key skills include design, operation, and diagnostics experience, as well as measurement techniques and data collection.
Certified Technology Specialist (CTS)
Issued by the International Communications Industries Association, also known as InfoComm. The CTS performs general technology solution tasks by: creating, operating, and servicing AV solutions. They also conduct AV management activities that provide for the best audio visual resolutions of the client’s needs, both on time and within budget.
Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA)
Issued by the Certified Wireless Network Program the CWNA is a foundation level certification that measures the ability to administer any wireless LAN. A wide range of topics focusing on the 802.11 wireless LAN technology are covered in the coursework and exam, which is vendor neutral