Noelle brings more than 13 years of experience to RTM in electrical system design. Her experience encompasses a diverse amount of projects within healthcare, retail, education, industrial and commercial market sectors. As an RTM project engineer, she effectively communicates and coordinates with architects, general contractors, and clients. In addition, her responsibilities include purchasing electrical equipment and installation, change order evaluations, construction management and job supervision.
Noelle received her bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering and had achieved Journeyman Electrician through an apprenticeship from the Milwaukee Area Technical College. She is a LEED Accredited Professional, a licensed Master Electrician, and an Engineer in Training in Wisconsin. Her dedication to detail and project knowledge results in projects that exceed client expectations.
- What do you like best about working at RTM?
My favorite part about working at RTM is the diversity of projects and the unique challenges they bring. Projects that I have worked on range from healthcare to industrial.
- What do you bring to RTM?
I bring different experiences to RTM that allow me to be effective at my job. Prior to becoming an engineer, I worked as a Master Electrician for 11 years for one of southeastern Wisconsin’s largest contractors. Through my trade experience and education in electrical engineering, I have been able to gain working knowledge and experience in the industries we serve at RTM.
- What was one of the most interesting projects you’ve worked on?
The most interesting project I worked on was the Winnebago Mental Health Institution due to the challenges we faced. The project had several complex components, including incorporating a phasing plan to replace an existing 2000 amp service and 800 amp service and replacing 10 obsolete switchboards and panelboards. The project also entailed establishing an essential system consisting of critical, life safety and equipment branches and adding normal and critical circuits for lighting and power to 45 existing patient room locations.
- What’s a fun fact about yourself?
From 1999-2001, I was selected as one of 10 electricians to install Miller Park’s sound and broadcast system. This was a special opportunity for me, as Miller Park was one of Wisconsin’s largest construction projects in the state’s history.