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Pat Banse
Pat Banse
Pat is one of the most practical yet innovated engineers I have worked with in my 30 years of Healthcare Facilities work. He takes the time to listen to the client's needs and truly understands how the facility operates before recommending any solutions. When Pat is on your team you can expect a collaborative approach to design with your particular facility needs at the forefront.
- Breaux Lonnie, Vice President, Children's Mercy Hospital

Pat Banse, PE, LEED® AP, CIPE

Senior Mechanical Engineer

Pat joined SSR in 1987 as a Mechanical Engineer and has spent over 40 years honing his engineering skills. He has unique perspectives on all facets of a healthcare facility’s construction, maintenance, and engineering.

Pat is widely known for his mechanical engineering accomplishments. As a result, he was named to be a member of Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine’s Editorial Advisory Board. As a board member he is a regular contributing author and provides peer reviews for articles prior to their publication. He has written several articles related to engineering topics  including: Unleash Communications from their Email Chain; In Engineering What Really Matters; HVAC: Documenting ASHRAE 62.1 Compliance; Smoke Control in Healthcare Facilities Parts1 & 2; IAQ: Infection Control In Hospitals; Designing Laboratory Ventilation Systems and Mechanical Engineering: What Are We In For? He is also a co-author of the article Smoke Damper Testing & Maintenance.

Pat earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University in 1972. He is a registered engineer in eight states.

Pat enjoys fishing, yard work, and spending time with his family. His theme song is “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong but, Z Z Top is first on his play list. His favorite office decorations are family photos and a miniature John Deere tractor.