Bruce Myatt, PE is a critical facilities engineering consultant, an account executive, and a data center design project manager located in San Francisco. He is a Founder of Silicon Valley’s Critical Facilities Round Table, Executive Editor of Mission Critical Magazine, Infrastructure Mason Master 1st Degree, and Data Center Business Leader at Arup in San Francisco. Bruce is a registered Mechanical Engineer with over 30 years of technical, sales and business management experience working with critical facilities such as semiconductor fabs, nuclear power plants, and DOE’s national laboratories facilities ... and data centers.

Bruce led engineering teams in the development of advanced data center design concepts for which they were recognized as Finalist in the 2013 Data Center Dynamics NorAm annual Awards competition for the TDC Data Center's Critical Power Plant and 7x24x365 Micro-Grid, and as Finalists in eBay’s national design competitions for their Mercury and Quicksilver projects. Previously, his teams helped develop work for LBNL and PG&E related to data center energy efficiency programs including bench-marking, technology demonstration, new construction & retrofit design assistance, & retro-commissioning.

Bruce pioneered & evangelized server cooling solutions with aisles enclosures that prevent the mixing of chilled and hot air streams in data center environments. He was selected as a technical advisor to DOE, EPA, CEC, LBNL, and PG&E Committees focused on Data Center Energy Efficiency, and has presented solutions at Data Center Dynamics in SF & NYC, National 7x24 Exchange, Uptime Symposium, Critical Facilities Summit, Next Generation Data Centers, at several PG&E Customer Energy Efficiency conferences, & many other event.

Mission Critical Market Leadership, Marketing & Sales of Data Center Solutions, BD/ PM of Engineering Consulting & Design, & Consulting Services for Data Center Strategy & Technology, Design Management of Advanced Concepts, Arup