Andrew Cieslinski, PE, CEM, Energy Conservation Engineer; University of Michigan – Michigan Medicine
Andrew Cieslinski is the Energy Conservation Engineer for the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health System, a traditional US News Week Top 25 hospital consisting of 1,000 Med Surg beds and over $3.0 billion in annual revenue. Andrew is responsible for nearly 7 million square feet of hospital, healthcare, and medical research space spanning southeastern Michigan. He holds a key role as part of the University of Michigan's newly established carbon neutrality goals and has over 15 years of experience in Sustainability, Energy, and Facility Management. Andrew has extensive expertise in conceptual project development, detailed design, project management, construction management, and system commissioning.