Perry Hatfield has over 24 years in designing MEP systems. His experience includes plumbing and fire suppression system selections for high rise buildings, hospitality projects, medical buildings, schools, research laboratories, mining maintenance facilities, airports and office buildings. Perry’s expertise extends to the design of sanitary and grease waste and vent, single stack drainage systems, laboratory waste and vents, natural gas, compressed air, medical gas systems, laboratory and medical vacuum, laboratory and medical air, domestic cold and hot water distribution systems, interpretation of local codes, ability to develop and edit specifications, coordination of site utilities for new developments, and construction services management.
Perry was a Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, attended Kiamichi Area Vo-Tech in McAlester, Oklahoma, and is a Certified Plumbing Designer. He was Founding President of the High Plains American Society of Plumbing Engineers Chapter, and continues as a member of ASPE today.