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Casey Leman  is currently completing his 5th year of study in the Architectural Engineering Program at The Pennsylvania State University.   His focus is in the Lighting and Electrical Option.  In May 2010, Casey will graduate with a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering degree.

Several experiences have given Casey valuable knowledge and understanding of building design and its possible future.  He interned with L.R. Kimball and Associates Inc. and gained significant experience in the professional world .  Working alongside experienced engineers, Casey was heavily involved with lighting systems design, equipment selection, and power distribution.  He was able to give input on various projects the company was working on. Casey is also considerably interested in the future application of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Building Integrated Modeling (BIM).  In his 4th year of study, he took a studio course centered on IPD and BIM.  This sparked his interest in both matters and led him to participate in the pilot program for the IPD/BIM Thesis.

Casey has led a very active life while attending Penn State.  He joined Theta Chi Fraternity in the spring of 2006 and has taken several positions within the organization including vice president.  While Casey was acting on the executive board, Theta Chi has accomplished several achievements.  Most notably, these include attaining the highest ranks in fraternity GPAs, receiving acclaim for commitment to service and the community, and awards for chapter excellence.  Casey also enjoys participating in several sports teams the fraternity hosts.  His experience with groups and organizations has led him to become a well rounded leader and team player.


The New York Times Building

620 Eight Ave. Between West 40th and 41st Streets
Times Square, Manhattan, New York

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This Site was last updated by Casey Leman on Tuesday, December 15, 2009 at 5:00 PM