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Meghan K. McNulty, P.E.

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ASHRAE Course Instructor

Meghan K. McNulty, P.E.


    Meghan is a Senior Engineer at Servidyne in Atlanta, GA, a consulting engineering firm that works with building owners and operators to reduce energy and carbon emissions while improving indoor air quality. She specializes in investigating and modeling energy use in existing buildings, assessing ventilation systems, and compliance with local building policies. Meghan is a Registered Professional Engineer in Georgia and LEED Accredited Professional specializing in Operations and Maintenance (LEED AP O+M). As an active ASHRAE volunteer, Meghan serves as vice-chair of the Commissioning, Operations, & Maintenance Working Group on SSPC 241, Control of Infectious Aerosols; voting member of SSPC 62.1, Ventilation and Acceptable Indoor Air Quality; and chair of TC 4.3, Ventilation Requirements and Infiltration. Meghan’s co-authored article, “Increasing Ventilation in 1980s High-Rise Commercial Office Buildings,” received the 2022 ASHRAE Journal Paper Award. She previously served on ASHRAE’s Government Affairs Committee (GAC) and as Atlanta Chapter GAC Chair, receiving the ASHRAE Government Affairs Award in 2019. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Princeton University and a Master of Engineering from Virginia Tech.

    Courses Taught

    Is Your Building Ready? Applying ASHRAE Standard 241 Control of Infectious Aerosols – Facility Assessment, Planning, and Implementation