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Mark is the electrical engineering lead and Director at eCubed. His role within eCubed is to manage the electrical discipline and to design and manage projects to ensure client satisfaction and delivery with a close control of project budgets. Prior to joining eCubed Mark held Director position with WSP in Singapore and Indonesia and was a principal at MWH in New Zealand.
Mark has over 25 years of design and project management experience extending through every aspect of the building services field, with particular emphasis on the Commercial, Public and Health Sectors, specialist lighting and innovative cost effective conceptual design, project delivery and completion. Mark has achieved many personal awards including numerous new Zealand based NZIA award winning projects over many years from “The Centre” at Franklin, Geyser Offices, Viaduct Event Centre, Christchurch Botanic Gardens and the highly acclaimed Len Lye art gallery building in new Plymouth that is already being recognised on the world stage.
Mark has also completed numerous presentations on Green Building topics and project case studies at national and international conferences and is currently lecturing at Unitec for the Architectural Graduate programme. He is currently a member of the NZGBC lighting points sub-committee and is working jointly with Electricity Commission as part of the RightLight consortium developing lighting energy efficiency initiatives for New Zealand.
Mark has over 30 years of design and project management experience extending through every aspect of the electrical building services field, with particular emphasis on the Commercial, Public Health Sectors Education, Specialist Lighting and innovative cost effective conceptual design, project delivery and completion. Mark has designed and completed numerous commercial office buildings to 4, 5 and 6 star standards including Geyser, NZGBC first rated 6 star office building.
Architect Andrew Patterson and electrical engineer Mark Kessner talk about designing the Len Lye Contemporary Art Museum in New Plymouth, New Zealand’s only dedicated single-artist gallery. Hear Andrew and Mark discuss the technical, construction, aesthetic, and civic demands of the project, including the challenges of incorporating energy efficiency, technological complexity, and
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