Larry Smith has over 25 years of experience as an
electrical engineer in the areas of electric utilities, water
and wastewater utilities, airport electrical systems,
architectural projects, telecommunications, and roadway and
specialty lighting. Some examples of the types of projects
that he has completed are: high voltage (138kV) transmission and
medium voltage (5kV and 26kV) distribution system studies and
design, high voltage (138kV and 69kV) substation design, water
and wastewater treatment plant design including power (4,160 and
480 volt), lighting, controls, and instrumentation, water and
wastewater pump stations and lift stations, SCADA/telemetry
system design, energy conservation studies, power quality
analyses including short-circuit, protective device
coordination, load flow, power quality and harmonics, and arc
flash; prime power and standby generator installations, airport
runway and taxiway lighting and signage, campus
telecommunication systems planning and design, and various
lighting installations including highways, roadways, parking
lots, sports fields, and specialty lighting.
Larry is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University, and is a licensed professional engineer in both Florida and North Carolina. He is a member of IEEE, NFPA, and the Florida Engineering Society, among other organizations. Larry is currently serving as the current Vice President (Region V) and voting Board member of the Florida Engineering Society’s Board of Directors. Larry also serves as a member of the Florida Engineering Society’s state energy committee. This committee addresses statewide energy issues in the best interest of all of Florida’s citizens.
Larry presently serves as President and Principal Engineer of the consulting engineering firm that he founded over 13 years ago, Smith Engineering Consultants, Inc. He has won many awards for both engineering design and public service.
While Larry has worked on thousands of types of projects, here are a few complete recently.
Palm Beach Inlet Sand Transfer Plant
Palm Beach Pump Station D-9
Sunrise Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion
Daytona Beach Pier Lighting