C. Wendell Edwards is an Associate Professor of Architecture at New York City College of Technology, in Brooklyn, New York where he has taught full time for the past eleven years. He graduated from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn , New York with a B’ Arch degree and from Columbia University in New York with a Master of Science degree in Architecture & Urban Design. He possesses a doctorate degree in an unrelated field. He is a licensed architect in New York State. Professor Edwards has many years of experience in the design and construction of new buildings and the renovation of existing buildings. His experience covers residential buildings, nursing homes, hospitals, health clinics and radio and television facilities. His television work includes Madison Square Garden, Nickolodian Studios, WNET, NBA Entertainment, USA Networks, NBC America’s Talking, NY News 1, Manhattan Neighborhood Network and CW11. He was the project architect in charge of designing the NBC hub in New York City for the world-wide distribution of the coverage of the US Atlanta Olympics. Professor Edwards has taught a Building Systems (MEP) course at his College for the past 11 years together with other courses in design, construction documents and detailing. He has lectured on Building Systems at the AIA National Convention, in San Antonio, Texas in May of 2007. He has conducted several intensive three-day review seminars on Building Systems for both the Miami and Atlanta AIA Chapters. These seminars are designed to prepare architectural interns for the architectural license exam. He also offers a mock exam that is thoroughly reviewed in his seminars. Professor Edwards has just completed a book on Building Systems designed as a College textbook for architectural students and as a comprehensive review for architectural interns preparing for the license exam.