About GAP Engineering Consulting Group

Our mission is to provide technical engineering services that ensure maximum energy engineering efficiencies across infrastructure and industries including government agencies, aerospace facilities, commercial buildings, and manufacturing plants.

Our Story

Our Story

We want to make everyone’s projects energy efficient and cost-effective.

“GAP Engineering Consulting Group was built on the idea that quality, functional efficiencies, and cost effectiveness should be available to everyone from major contracting and manufacturing firms, to government agencies, to office high-rise builders and residential developers.” - Scott Seigel, founder and CEO of GAP Engineering Consulting Group.

The Details

At GAP Engineering Consulting Group, sustainability isn’t just a catchphrase. Since 1994, company founder Scott Seigel has dedicated himself to finding innovative ways to reduce the environmental impact of our projects.

We have an unwavering commitment to quality, technical excellence and meeting demanding schedules. We work closely with our clients to achieve durable, economical, constructible and maintainable designs that match the functional needs of our clients. We work side-by-side with our clients throughout the entirety of a project, from the project’s initial definition through design, construction, commissioning and closeout. Our Project Controls processes keep the project on track resulting in successful project implementation by managing and controlling the cost and schedule to ensure compliance with the scope.

Our Professional Engineers (PE) and Project Management Professionals (PMP) have extensive experience with Renewable Energy Design and Installations, complex HVAC Systems and System Design, Building Controls and Lighting Control Systems.

Our work profile includes Commercial Buildings, Military Bases, NASA and Industrial Production Plants. Our specialties are Building Operations Process Improvements, Energy Auditing, Commissioning as well as Large Commercial Project Development and Construction Project Management.

Our engineers have extensive experience not only with complex HVAC Systems, Building Controls and Lighting, but also industrial process-type engineering and Renewable Energy Project Development.

Our Team


Scott Seigel, P.E., LEED AP, C.E.M., CxA

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering – 1994
Executive MBA - 2018
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida

Professional Engineer
LEED Accredited Professional
Certified Energy Manager
Certified Commissioning Authority

Mr. Seigel has over 30 years of project management, energy auditing, building commissioning. facilities operation, and design experience including 14 years hands-on electrical and mechanical controls technical expertise. As a Sr Project Developer for a major ESCO, Mr Seigel led the response team for the largest ESPC award in Federal history. He has performed energy audits at more than 30 military installations worldwide encompassing more than 100M ft2 identifying more than $2B in projects and $250M in energy savings.

Scott has extensive project management and HVAC design experience. Major projects include the Delta IV launch complex ($220M) to smaller projects such as a major HVAC renovation of Hi-rise commercial office building as well as the design of multi-story office buildings. Scott managed $220M in construction and design efforts for the Delta IV Launch Pad construction at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) as well as design the cryogenic piping systems between SLC-37B and SLC-41. Other important designs include Clean Rooms, Laboratories, Chiller Plants, Data Centers, & Health Care Facilities. Scott also has significant Facilities and Building Controls Experience. Prior to and during college, Scott worked as a Journeyman Electrician and HVAC Chiller Plant Mechanic. Scott also is a Navy Veteran.

Scott served as Chapter Presidents of both ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) and ASHRAE (American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers) with continuing membership in these organizations as well as the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Scott was awarded the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies (CCTS) 2000 Technical Award for Leadership for leading the ASME Canaveral Section to its 2nd consecutive organizational wide best section award and the Charles T. Main Award for excellence in student activity at the Florida Institute of Technology (F.I.T.)


Joshua Bogacz, PMP, LSSGB

Bachelor of Science, St Joseph’s College – 2019
Organizational Management
City University of Seattle – 2022
Master’s in Business Administration

Project Management Professional (PMP)
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certified

Joshua Bogacz is a Senior Project Management Professional with a Secret Security Clearance offering over 10+ years of progressive technical and leadership experience. He is a highly qualified leader and communicator with demonstrated ability to direct a diverse and multi-departmental workforce comprised of engineering, construction, human services, and human resources employees in a wide range of operational conditions. Mr. Bogacz has experience analyzing, developing, and implementing policies, procedures, and regulations.

Josh managed all aspects of construction for a multi-national organization comprised of over 1,000 employees of various construction and engineering backgrounds. He directly managed 25 staff members on all phases of construction management, logistics, and safety.


Daniel Dreher P.E., CEM, CCP

Sr. Energy Engineer Manager
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Auburn University - 2010

Professional Engineer
Certified Energy Manager
Certified Commissioning Professional

Daniel has extensive experience in the Federal marketplace performing energy audits and building commissioning at dozens of DOD installations. His efforts identified more than $1B in projects and $100m in Energy Savings. At a major engineering firm, Daniel was promoted to Manager of Energy Engineer after only a few years. Daniel joined GAP Engineering Consulting Group in 2020.