Paul Zouski is an experienced project engineer specializing in electrical design and cost estimating for academic, corporate, governmental, and industrial facilities. He designs to required specifications, with a focus on the economy, safety, reliability, quality and sustainability of the result. Paul is keenly aware of the importance of continuous operations and provides the necessary attention to minimize service disruption during construction. He utilizes his background as a commercial electrical inspector and electrician to conduct efficient field investigations and ensure constructible designs.
Paul received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Platteville and is a registered professional engineer in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Texas. He has also received training from NFPA and has successfully completed the comprehensive examination on the educational requirements of the NFPA 70E Electrical Safety in the Workplace Seminar. With this deep understanding of electrical safety, he passes on his knowledge to others through arc flash worksite training. The training is registered with the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services and qualifies for continuing education credits for Wisconsin Electrician license holders. Paul finds it important to emphasize that arc flash is a hazard for all people that are exposed to live electrical equipment, not just electricians.
Arc Flash Planning and Analysis, Electrical, NFPA 70E Compliance Specialist