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Matthew Flannery

Matthew Flannery

Adjunct Instructor

Matthew Flannery, PE, is a mechanical engineer and project manager at Smith Engineering, PLLC, in New York City.  Mr. Flannery’s work involves capital improvement projects, energy projects, and controls optimization, with target clients in the central utilities, district energy, and power sectors.  Mr. Flannery is a licensed professional engineer in several states, and is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM).  At NYUSPS he teaches HVAC Systems Design III, which provides detailed insight into the various considerations that are involved in designing cohesive systems.

Currently Teaching

HVAC Systems Design I

Learn the fundamentals of heating and cooling system (HVAC) design.

HVAC Systems Design III

Continue with an examination of methods for comparing various HVAC systems and their components.