Advisory Board Member:
Ari Tinkoff, PE
Associate Principal, HVAC Engineer
Bard, Rao + Athanas Consulting Engineers, LLC
Ari was with exp Inc’s Healthcare market sector for over 17 years. He was responsible for the pursuit, contracting and strategic management of clients. Ari has extensive experience in the design and construction of healthcare facilities, he is attentive to assessing and meeting clients’ needs. Consequently, he’s successfully completed more than 3M square feet of projects. Significant projects include: EPIC Systems Corporation, Verona, WI; East Georgia Regional Medical Center, Statesboro, GA; MD Anderson Cancer Prevention Building, Houston, TX; and the University of North Carolina Marine Science Center, Wilmington, NC.
Ari is dedicated to advancing the engineering profession. He is a founding member of Penn State University’s Architectural Engineering Society Advisory Board. As well, he is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE), the Florida Healthcare Engineering Association (FHEA) and the Center for Healthcare Design. Additionally, he serves on the Healthcare Symposium & Expo board.
Ari has shared his specialized insights by serving as an industry speaker and author. He has presented at national and local conferences, seminars and chapter meetings for the following organizations: ASHE, ASHRAE, AIA, and Healthcare Building Expo. As well, he’s led discussions with college and high school students on the Life of an Engineer. He’s also lent his knowledge on sustainable healthcare design in an article on The Carbon Neutral Hospital, which was recently published in the Puget Sound Business Journal.
In 2009, Consulting Specifying Engineers vote Ari one of the top 40 engineers under 40 years. Ari’s commitment to excellence, wide-ranging professional background and ability to establish long-term relationships is the perfect blend for lean project delivery. He is respected by clients and industry colleagues.