Tenzin Namgyel is a graduate of the College of Science and Technology with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering. He joined the Division for Conservation of Heritage Sites in 2015 and superheads the electrical works for all the heritage site projects under the Department of Culture. He has hands-on experience with electrical installation and design, heritage building lighting, and electrical safety measures for heritage sites in terms of fire risk through electrical faults. Mr. Tenzin Namgyel also has experience in the field of museum lighting and has worked with international consultants for lighting the National Museum of Bhutan in Paro and Wangduechholing Palace in Bumthang. Besides his daily mandates, he serves as the focal person for the disaster management of heritage sites especially in terms of fire mitigation aspects. A few of his works include fire mitigation projects for heritage sites such as Trashigang Dzong, Wangduechholing Palace, Wangdue Dzong, Pema Gatshel Dzong, and Druk Wangditse lhakhang.