P.E., Project Manager, Energy Resources Group, Inc., St. Louis, MO
Tom Miller has enjoyed a 27-year consulting engineering career designing and implementing solutions to several of mankind’s most pressing environmental problems – hazardous waste and remediation; water supply and treatment; and energy efficiency. Since 2009, Tom has been engaged in improving the energy efficiency of commercial properties.
Tom was recently nominated for the 2017 Above and Beyond Volunteer Recognition of the St. Louis Gateway Chapter of the US Green Building Council (USGBC) for his contribution to their Benchmarking training efforts.
Education and Licensure
B.S. Geological Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 1986
M.S. Geological Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 1989
Professional Engineer, Missouri
Member of the St. Louis Chapter of the US Green Building Council
St. Louis Engineer’s Club
Areas of Specialty
- Project Management
- Energy Surveys
- Energy Efficiency Measures (EEM) Identification
- Electric, gas, and water submetering
- Benchmarking and Energy Use Analysis
- Water systems and efficiency
Energy Surveys and Audits – Tom has performed over 100 tenant energy use surveys to quantify lighting, plug, and server room loads for compliance with lease terms. He has also performed several ASHRAE Level II Energy Efficiency audits for commercial buildings and two Retro-Commissioning studies including site visits, energy analysis, EEM definition and quantification, and report writing.
ENERGY STAR Validations – Tom has benchmarked and certified over 30 building in Missouri and Illinois and organized and presented an ENERGY STAR benchmarking workshop for USGBC and BOMA.
Collinsville Regional Office Building Retro-Commissioning Study – Project Manager and engineer on fast-track RCx study identifying measures saving almost 40% in energy costs with less than 1.5-year payback.
Old Post Office and Customs House Retro-Commissioning Study – Project Manager for RCx study and implementation saving 30% in energy costs with less than 1.5-year payback. Project received over $86,000 in incentives from Ameren.
City of Kirkwood, Water System Conversion – Project Manager for $6M project do demolish the water treatment facilities and convert the building into a 6-MGD pumping station as Kirkwood converted to distributing potable water from Missouri-American. Project included multiple pumping and metering stations and a system wide Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System.