Brian Sauer, PE, CxA, LEED AP BD+C

Infrastructure & Technology Market Principal

As Principal of FSB’s Infrastructure and Technology market, Brian 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 Brian to help solve their toughest engineering challenges.

A licensed mechanical engineer, Brian regularly spearheads the planning and design for these intricate, wide ranging projects, including MEP and Fire Protection, Lighting Design, Commissioning, LEED Design, Sustainability Consulting, Mission Critical and Security.

He has helped clients save millions in dollars in energy costs through his design and engineering of high performance systems and energy efficient designs. Brian 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. The tougher the challenge the more innovative we can be. Developing creative solutions that fit our client’s budgets, while minimizing operating costs and maintenance is my passion.”

“Living on the edge” and “chilling out” may appear to be opposite concepts, but they blend exceptionally well when it comes to the design of modern-day data centers. How so? It’s a logical evolution that’s being triggered by the IT industry’s ongoing shift from cloud-based data storage back to localized data centers. Known as “edge […]

The Oklahoma Capitol building is a living piece of state history. It’s also a functioning public office building and gathering space. The 100-year old building’s mechanical systems had reached a critical point of disrepair when, in 2014, the legislature and Gov. Mary Fallin initiated a restoration for the building that would include modernizing its heating, […]

As higher education budgets tighten and environmental consciousness grows, university administrators are turning to the mechanical engineers of FSB now more than ever in search of solutions for reducing energy usage and lowering monthly utility costs. The historic buildings and sprawling campuses that characterize many higher learning institutions require huge amounts of energy, but appropriately […]

Overview • Privatization Summary • Utility Master Plan Purpose • Utility Master Plan Analysis • Central Plant Design • Utility Distribution Design • Construction Progress • Program Timeline • Successes and Challenges • Q&A Presented at IDEA 2016 Conference in St. Paul, Minnesota by: James Rosner, PE, CEM Director of Energy Services, Oklahoma State University […]