Chief Electrical Engineer William Dussing, P.E., Joins Barton & Loguidice’s Syracuse Office
Posted on June 23, 2020
SYRACUSE, NY - June 24, 2020 – Barton & Loguidice (B&L) announces William Dussing, P.E., has joined the Facilities Practice Area as Chief Electrical Engineer in the firm’s Syracuse, NY office.
A longtime resident of Syracuse, NY, Dussing received his AAS in Mechanical Technology from Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, NY. Starting in 1985 as an Electrical Designer and working up to a licensed Professional Engineer, he has 35 years of experience in low, medium and high voltage electrical design, project management, product application and maintenance & testing of electrical apparatus.
Previously as a Senior Project Engineer, Dussing interfaced with local utilities and governing agencies on System Protection projects which included protective device application, settings & coordination, short circuit analysis, arc flash assessment, load flow, system planning and feasibility studies. He has expertise in Power System design including: layout and integration of new and upgrades to existing electrical utilities, bulk power substations and underground & aerial distribution systems.
Dussing was also the Senior Engineer responsible for the design, layout and integration of two separate pilot Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) BOP Projects in the North East, as well as technical assistance for many others. These included system protection, utility interface equipment and interconnection.
In addition to this skillset, Dussing is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the state of New York and Maryland, holds OSHA certifications in Construction Safety and Health and has extensive training in the Facilities Engineering Practice Area.
About Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C. (B&L)
Barton & Loguidice, D.P.C., is an engineering, planning, environmental, and landscape architecture firm with 300 employees working from offices in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey. For more information, visit www.bartonandloguidice.com or follow the firm on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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