Thirty eight years of direct involvement in multiple aspects of engineering, design and consulting within renewable and alternative energy industries. Active work experience includes application engineering, sales and technical training, renewable energy designer, application/sales engineer, senior project management, product development, project creative concept design & development and founder/CEO of Innergie Technologies, Inc.
Garry is a native of Arkansas, USA and has participated in HVAC mechanical engineering projects for 38 years. He is the past CEO of Innergie Technologies, Inc. and has participated in the development of renewable and sustainable energy projects utilizing innovative technologies and has extensive experience with conceptual engineering design, project management and installation execution for projects throughout the USA, China and South Korea. His projects have ranged from industrial, agricultural and residential to large skyscrapers and include both private industry and governmental institutions. His responsibilities have included management of US and international sales and engineering teams, plus training and certification of geothermal designers and engineers.
During his career he served fifteen years at WaterFurnace in both domestic and international sales engineering, training director at ClimateMaster, and most recently CEO of Innergie Technologies, Inc. Innergie Technologies, Inc. was founded by Garry in 2007 with the goal of pursuing design and installation projects worldwide. His company engaged in several engineering projects for the US Military in South Korea and served as the geothermal heat pump SME (Source Matter Expert) for the US Army Corps of Engineers. His qualifications have included certification as the CGD (Certified Geothermal Designer) and Accredited Installation Contractor from IGSHPA (International Ground Source Heat Pump Association) guest lecturer for Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. Other certifications include ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors of America) Certified Instructor, Type IV Universal Refrigeration Certification, Licensed Mechanical HVAC-R Contractor. He is actively involved in SAME (Society of American Military Engineers) and served as the post chapter vice president for South Korea from 2011-2015. (Garry sold his company, Innergie Technologies, Inc. in 2015)
Engineering Design and Consulting Engineering Projects List
Changzhou Pharmaceutical Office & Manufacturing Complex, Changzhou, China Closed Loop Ground Source Heat Pump System, Capacity 1,150 Refrigeration Tons, 356 Vertical Boreholes, HX Depth 500’
Media Center 2008 Olympics, Qingdao, China (Qingdao Harbor) Open Loop Seawater Source Heat Pump System, Capacity 550 Refrigeration Tons, Titanium Plate Heat Exchangers (primary/secondary isolation pumping configuration)
China Expo 2010, Shanghai, China (Huang Pu Jiang River) Open Loop River Water Heat Pump System, 9,860 Refrigeration Tons, Stainless Steel Plate Heat Exchangers (primary/secondary isolation pumping configuration)
Lotte Tower, Seoul, Korea (123 story office/retail/residential)
Guacheon National Science Museum, Seoul, Korea Closed Loop Ground Source Heat Pump System, Capacity 450 Refrigeration Tons, 130 Vertical Boreholes, HX Depth 660’
Seoul City Hall, Seoul, Korea Closed Loop Ground Source Heat Pump System, Capacity 1,030 Refrigeration Tons, 280 Vertical Boreholes, HX Depth 670’ (boreholes located under building footprint)
Busan University Hospital, Busan, Korea
Communication Center, Camp Humphreys, Pyeontaek, Korea (Hardened Facility Located Underground N+2 primary/backup/backup)
Daegu Bachelor Officers Quarters, Daegu, Korea Closed Loop Ground Source Heat Pump System, Capacity 250 Refrigeration Tons, 80 Vertical Boreholes, HX Depth 672’ (200 RTons heating/cooling – 50 RTons hot water generation)
US Army Airbase K16, Seongnam, Korea (First Phase - Airbase Retrofit to GSHP Systems) Closed Loop Ground Source Heat Pump System, Capacity 580 Refrigeration Tons, 175 Vertical Boreholes, HX Depth 660’