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Glumac

900 SW Fifth Ave. Suite 1600

Portland, Oregon,97204

United States

Company Description

Glumac is a leader in sustainable design for the built environment. For more than 45 years, our unifying principle has been sustainability and creating systems that optimize energy efficiencies and minimize environmental impact. It's an ideal that presents a r... more

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- Dick Glumac, Founder
Dick Glumac, Founder Dick Glumac, Founder Glumac is a leader in sustainable design for the built environment. - Dick Glumac, Founder Want to learn more about Glumac?


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[NEWS] Green means go for Glumac
San Francisco-based Glumac is the rare engineering company that has managed to grow in recent years. The boom in green building has powered the expansion of the 39-year-old sustainable consulting engineering company. The firm, which focuses on energy-efficient design, grew from $28 million in revenue in 2008 to $34.5 million revenue in 2009, with projections of $39 million for 2010. Glumac has 200 employees and eight offices across California and in Seattle, Portland and Las Vegas. Recently, the company has been doing more work in China, where it is looking into opening a ninth office. Glumac designs and retrofits mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems for commercial, health care, institutional and technology buildings. The firm's projects include the Transamerica Pyramid and Mark Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco, Stanford University and the National Library of Spain. The firm employs more than 90 LEED-accredited team members and emphasizes energy efficiency, designing plumbing systems requiring less water or heating and cooling systems aided by solar or wind power. Eco-friendliness has become a defining quality for the company in the past decade, but mechanical engineer Dick Glumac, founder of Glumac, said he has always worked with environmental consciousness. For engineers, he said, it's almost natural law. "Energy efficiency is a characteristic of engineers," Glumac said. "(Glumac) adopted green technology and took a leadership role when all that came about," said Snellgrove, who still uses the firm on projects like Pier 24. Glumac still comes into the office every day and chairs the company's board of directors. A native Yugoslavian, Glumac's founded defected to North American in 1951 and graduated from the University of Toronto in 1956 with a degree in mechanical engineering. A decade later, Glumac moved to San Francisco, working for a consulting firm for six years and then opening up shop for himself. With $6,000 in personal savings, he leased an office in Embarcadero One, for which he designed the mechanical systems. Seven years after starting the business, he went into partnership with electrical engineer Cal Webster. In 1977, Webster and Glumac closed the books on their company, Glumac and Webster, and Glumac decided to start a new business that allowed him to bring on several more partners. "You want people who are working in the firm to own the firm so that the people who are in the really important positions are playing with their own money," said Glumac. 1-888-GLUMAC-1 (1-888-458-6221) © 2015 Glumac. All rights reserved. Site design by WOW Branding.


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Dick Glumac started Glumac in 1971 designing systems for the original Embarcadero Center buildings in the heart of downtown San Francisco.
Since that time, tenant improvement design of all types have been a significant portion of Glumac's work experience. The firm has a reputation for expertise with high-rise tenant improvement particularly, but also has vast experience with mid to low-rise buildings, corporate campuses and office parks. Glumac has provided engineering design for well over 75 million square feet of tenant improvements. 1-888-GLUMAC-1 (1-888-458-6221) © 2013 Glumac. All rights reserved. Site design by WOW Branding.


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Green means go for Glumac
San Francisco-based Glumac is the rare engineering company that has managed to grow in recent years. The boom in green building has powered the expansion of the 39-year-old sustainable consulting engineering company. The firm, which focuses on energy-efficient design, grew from $28 million in revenue in 2008 to $34.5 million revenue in 2009, with projections of $39 million for 2010. Glumac has 200 employees and eight offices across California and in Seattle, Portland and Las Vegas. Recently, the company has been doing more work in China, where it is looking into opening a ninth office. Glumac designs and retrofits mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems for commercial, health care, institutional and technology buildings. The firm's projects include the Transamerica Pyramid and Mark Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco, Stanford University and the National Library of Spain. The firm employs more than 90 LEED-accredited team members and emphasizes energy efficiency, designing plumbing systems requiring less water or heating and cooling systems aided by solar or wind power. Eco-friendliness has become a defining quality for the company in the past decade, but mechanical engineer Dick Glumac, founder of Glumac, said he has always worked with environmental consciousness. For engineers, he said, it's almost natural law. "Energy efficiency is a characteristic of engineers," Glumac said. "(Glumac) adopted green technology and took a leadership role when all that came about," said Snellgrove, who still uses the firm on projects like Pier 24. Glumac still comes into the office every day and chairs the company's board of directors. A native Yugoslavian, Glumac's founded defected to North American in 1951 and graduated from the University of Toronto in 1956 with a degree in mechanical engineering. A decade later, Glumac moved to San Francisco, working for a consulting firm for six years and then opening up shop for himself. With $6,000 in personal savings, he leased an office in Embarcadero One, for which he designed the mechanical systems. Seven years after starting the business, he went into partnership with electrical engineer Cal Webster. In 1977, Webster and Glumac closed the books on their company, Glumac and Webster, and Glumac decided to start a new business that allowed him to bring on several more partners. "You want people who are working in the firm to own the firm so that the people who are in the really important positions are playing with their own money," said Glumac. 1-888-GLUMAC-1 (1-888-458-6221) © 2010 Glumac. All rights reserved. Site design by WOW Branding.


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Thursday, March 8 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm Joint meeting w/ Redwood Section Four Points Sheraton, San Rafael | “If I had my druthers, I’ll never do that again” | Mike Scofiled, PE, Conservation Mechanical; Tom Gilbertson PE Gilbert & Associate Dick Charles, PE Consulting Engineer Dick Glumac, PE Glumac & Associate
Mike Scofield, PE, Conservation Mechanical; Tom Gilbertson, PE Gilbert Associates; Dick Charles, PE Consulting Engineer Dick Glumac, PE Glumac & Associate Dick Glumac, PE Glumac & Associate With over 55 years of experience in consulting engineering and contracting, Mr. Glumac currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Glumac Consulting Engineers. His formal training includes a Mechanical Engineering BS Degree from the University of Toronto and a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering from Heald College in San Francisco as well as experience with Bolt, Beranek & Newman as an Acoustical Engineer. In addition, Dick is a registered Professional Engineer in California, Nevada, Hawaii, the Province of Ontario and the District of Columbia. His projects are too numerous to list but cover the gambit from Healthcare, Institutional(Prisons) and Commercial High Rise such as Embarcadero Center in San Francisco and Union Bank Plaza in Oakland. In addition to his Presidency of our Golden Gate ASHRAE Chapter, Dick has been active as a Commissioner on the Board of Examiners for the City and County of San Francisco, City of San Jose Green Building Policy Committee and as a member and former Chair of State and local Code Committees.


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