Eric has been designing electrical systems since 2006, bringing more than nine years of electrical design and management experience to RTM. His portfolio spans the healthcare, government, industrial, commercial and institutional sectors. He has worked on numerous projects in each sector designing medium and low voltage power distribution, lighting, fire alarm and security systems. In addition to these discipline-specific design services, his responsibilities include establishing project requirements by coordinating with clients and other disciplines, performing construction administration services, working directly with contractors and managing project teams.
Eric holds a bachelor’s degree from Milwaukee School of Engineering in Architectural Engineering, with an emphasis in Building Electrical Systems. His dedication to detail and overall project knowledge, both in the office and on the job site, result in projects that exceed client expectations.
What do you like best about working at RTM?
My favorite part of working at RTM is simply coming to work every day. I get to interact with co-workers who are professional, fun and individually great at what they do as well as with architects and clients that are leaders in their industry.
What do you bring to RTM?
I bring a broad range of experience in various phases of electrical system design. I have experience in developing phasing plans in mission critical facilities, such as healthcare and government buildings, to minimize outages and negative impacts on operations.
What was one of the most interesting projects you’ve worked on?
ABB Group in New Berlin, WI: The project features the renovation of 45,000 square feet of existing space into office, training, collaboration, applications laboratory, reception, and lobby space. Electrical engineering services included lighting, lighting controls, normal and emergency power distribution, fire alarm, data security systems and collaboration with Focus on Energy to obtain all available energy efficiency incentives.
What’s a fun fact about yourself?
I might be obsessed with Geocaching. What is Geocaching you might be wondering? Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.
Eric is based in our Milwaukee, WI, office and can be reached at email@example.com.