Brian Sauer, PE, CxA, LEED AP

Executive Vice President & Aviation Market Principal

Bringing FSB’s extensive aviation planning, design and engineering expertise to the table, Brian has an innate understanding of aircraft maintenance and operations. Aviation clients turn to him for their toughest operational challenges. From programming through construction, Brian’s hands-on and collaborative leadership style enables him to build consensus in the most challenging, fast-track environments.

A dedicated mentor to the next generation of engineering professionals, Brian prides himself on timely responsiveness to client needs and is known as a creative problem solver. He is a LEED Accredited Professional, a Commissioning Agent, and a Sustainability Expert. Additionally, he has extensive experience in air cargo and manufacturing.

Brian is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and has served its Central Oklahoma Chapter both on the Board of Governors and as Chair of the Sustainability Committee.

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“I am passionate about making sure our aviation clients have amazing success. Seeing our projects improve operations and efficiencies through innovation for airlines, airports and cargo leaders is incredibly satisfying.”

“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 […]