Advisory Board Member:
Neal Boothe, PE
Associate/Senior Electrical Engineer
TLC Engineering for Architecture
Neal offers over 22 years of electrical engineering design and project management experience – with the vast majority focused in the Healthcare market. On the design front, this includes normal and emergency power distribution, lighting systems, and low voltage systems for a wide variety of healthcare projects - from new greenfield facilities to additions and renovations of existing hospitals. As a project manager, Neal communicates on all aspects of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and low voltage design needs with Architects, Owners, and other team members to ensure successful healthcare delivery. Neal’s passion is developing Energy Efficient/Sustainable Design solutions.
Neal has also been very hands on helping hospitals recover after natural disasters. He travelled throughout Florida and Mississippi extensively to restore power to many hospitals following Hurricanes Charlie, Frances, Jeanne, Ivan, and Katrina.
Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with Honors, Georgia Institute of Technology – 1994 National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) Consulting-Specifying Engineer Magazine, 40 Under 40 Winner – 2009
When not working, Neal is a bit of an exercise junkie. He can often be found in the gym or out for a run. While running, he “reads” audiobooks – usually of the thriller/espionage variety. He has “read” all the following series of books while pounding the pavement: James Bond (many, many times), Jack Reacher, Mitch Rapp, Scot Harvath, Nathan McBride, Jason Bourne, Cormoran Strike, and Sherlock Holmes among others. Neal is also a self-confessed James Bond junkie. If you have a question about engineering issues for healthcare or James Bond trivia, Neal is your guy.