Aaron Campbell, PE, LEED AP

Infrastructure & Technology Market Associate Principal

As Associate Principal of FSB’s Infrastructure and Technology market, Aaron partners with clients to understand their objectives, provide leadership to produce designs that achieve goals in terms of function, schedule, budget, constructability and sustainability. As a result, clients turn to Aaron to help solve their toughest engineering challenges.

A licensed mechanical and electrical engineer, Aaron regularly spearheads the planning and design for these intricate, wide ranging projects that utilize disciplines such as Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, Lighting Design, Commissioning, Sustainability Consulting, Mission Critical and Security.

Aaron is committed to addressing the complete spectrum of energy challenges through exceptional solutions that fully integrate building systems and spaces.

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“I love developing solutions for our clients’ most technically complex engineering challenges. Striving to make these solutions maintainable and fit our client’s budgets is my focus. This is made possible through streamlined efforts of communication and organization.”

We have all seen the stories in the news, presentations at conferences and articles in industry magazines — the dangers associated with long-term exposure to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances. Also known as PFAS, this group of chemicals includes Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA). These synthetic chemicals currently exist in products we are exposed […]

Holding onto anything to do with the global nightmare of the coronavirus might seem unseemly because we are so weary of it, but FSB, the local architecture and engineering firm, is onto something with an interesting 25-year time capsule: People in the future will want to see and touch things, not just read and watch […]

Capsule sealed in recognition of FSB’s 75-year anniversary, includes pandemic artifacts OKLAHOMA CITY – Employees at FSB, Oklahoma City’s largest architecture and engineering firm, are taking stock of the year 2020 by creating a time capsule that will be opened again in 2045, the firm’s 100-year anniversary. Each of FSB’s more than 160 employees had […]

As the COVID-19 pandemic affects the world, there are many things out of our control. One aspect that is in our control is the operation of the building HVAC systems at the workplace. Recent case studies have shown that the spread of airborne aerosols (sneeze, cough or breathe) can be affected by the HVAC distribution […]