Construction Management

College of Architecture and Environmental Design

Lonny Simonian

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Position Associate Professor
Phone 805.756.7981
Fax 805.756.5740
Email lsimonia@calpoly.edu
Office 186-A303
Office Hours TR 8:30 - 11:00 am (Conducted in 186-B205)

Areas of Expertise

Construction Engineering and Management

Education

Cal Poly State University- San Luis Obispo, California
Electrical Engineering, B.S.

University of California Berkeley- Berkeley, California
Engineering, M.S.

Professional Licensure

Registered Professional Electrical Engineer, State of California
Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors & Geologists

Project Management Professional
Project Management Institute

Stanford Certified Advanced Project Manager
Stanford University, California

Publications

ASC- Associated Schools of Construction 2012 Conference
Conference Proceedings Paper (Published)
“Energy Efficiency Improvement of an Institutional Facility through Retro‐Commissioning (RCx) – A Case Study"
Lonny Simonian, Thomas Korman , Audrey Schultz (Cal Poly State University) and Arturo Ayala-Navarro

ASC- Associated Schools of Construction 2009 Conference
Conference Proceedings Paper (Published)
“Recruiting challenges faced by Specialty Constructors,”
T homas Korman, Lonny SImonian and Hal Johnston (Cal Poly State University)

ASC- Associated Schools of Construction 2008 Conference
Conference Proceedings Paper (Published)
“Design and Implementation of an Integrated Mechanical/Electrical for Specialty Construction”
Thomas Korman, Lonny SImonian and Hal Johnston (Cal Poly State University)

Awards

Verla & Paul Neel Faculty Scholarship

Advising

National Electrical Contractors Association Student Chapter

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