Damian has worked on numerous projects within the healthcare and industrial markets. As a project engineer at RTM, he is responsible for performing lighting calculations and arc flash and short circuit studies, as well as designing layouts for lighting, receptacles and fire alarms.
Damian received a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering, and is a LEED Green Associate.
What do you like best about working at RTM?
What I enjoy most about working at RTM is the genuine atmosphere. I am challenged, motivated and encouraged daily by my co-workers. We all work together for our common goals and support one another.
What do you bring to RTM?
I believe RTM’s success in the workplace stems from the teamwork and bonding that occurs in the office. RTM’s has a unique studio system approach to projects that allows us to work in small groups, which really showcases each RTM employee and their own abilities. I can rely on my co-workers, be a team player and step-up to the challenges we face project to project.
What was one of your favorite projects you’ve worked on?
One of the most interesting projects I’ve worked on has been the replacement of four 2000kVA transformers at the Clement J Zablocki VA Hospital in Milwaukee. What made this project challenging is the coordination in being able to maintain the electrical system during the downtime in replacing each transformer.
What’s a fun fact about yourself?
I diversify my free time to include numerous activities in the downtown Milwaukee area, like grabbing a drink at the Safe House, biking the Oak Leaf Trail, or taking in the city’s historic architecture. I also like to take time away from the city and enjoy anything to do with the lake, whether that is boating, water skiing, or diving.