John Barnett founded Barnett Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Mihai Sterescu joined the firm.
BCE designed the electrical systems for the Cox Hall Computer Center Renovation at Emory University in Decatur, Georgia. The project was awarded the 2003 Best Practice in the Information Technology Success and Best Practices in Higher Education.
The firm completed its first LEED™ Platinum project. Sweetwater Creek Visitor’s Center & Museum in Lithia Springs, Georgia was the first certified LEED™ Platinum project in the Southeast.
BCE designed the electrical systems for the restoration and addition to Language Hall of Oxford College at Emory University. Originally built in 1874, the historic building received the ENR Southeast Award of Merit for Renovation/ Restoration and was LEED™ certified to the Silver level.
Power-Off tests completed on resiliency upgrade of a 10MW live financial data center from Tier I to Tier IV.
BCE celebrated 20 years of outstanding service.
BCE designed the Arthur M. Blank Family Upper School building at Pace Academy in Atlanta, Georgia.
Barnett Consulting Engineers moved to its current location on Engineering Drive in Peachtree Corners, Georgia.
Leah and Mihai were appointed Vice Presidents of the company.
BCE designed 10MW colocation data center in converted historic buildings.
BCE designed the new Indoor Athletic Facility
at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia.
John Barnett retires. Leah Benincasa and Mihai Sterescu purchase the firm.
Leah becomes CEO and Mihai is named President of the company.