Raelynn Meissner, PE, is one of the 37 nominees received by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers for the New Faces of Engineering recognition program. The program, part of National Engineers Week and co-sponsored by ASHRAE, promotes the accomplishments of young engineers by highlighting their engineering contributions and the resulting impact on public welfare. The program targets those age 30 and younger.
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Meissner is a mechanical engineer with CTA Inc. in Billings. She holds a bachelor's degree in architectural engineering, mechanical emphasis, from the University of Wyoming. Meissner has assisted in more than 15 Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design buildings, providing the majority of mechanical design work on three. She has also performed energy analysis on local schools to target the most cost effective energy saving modifications. She helped establish the firm's Green Advisory Council. She was instrumental in the company adopting the 2030 Challenge, a goal to design buildings with zero energy consumption. She also presents concepts of green design to a variety of state and local organizations. She is past president of Big Sky Chapter of ASHRAE and currently serves as the student activities chair.