Derek Clements | Instructor
B.S. - 2009, Kansas State University
2036 Seaton Hall
Mr. Clements received a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from Kansas State University in 2009. He worked for Purdy McGuire in engineers as a mechanical, electrical and plumbing designer as well as project manager. During his professional career, he developed an expertise in energy modeling and Autodesk’s Revit Program. He is a licensed architectural engineer in Kansas and Texas. Clements is also a LEED accredited professional. He returned to Kansas State University in the fall of 2016 as an instructor in the department of architectural engineering and construction science.
Clements developed ARE 312-Introduction to Building Information Modeling his first semester as an instructor. He is currently on five committees to plan new courses taught under the new ARE-CNS curriculum. In addition to academic advising, Clements also acts as a co-advisor for the Illuminating Engineering Society student group and the Architectural Engineering Institute student group.