Aurora, Colorado – May 21, 2009 – Phil Voegtle has been promoted to Director of Architectural and Engineering Technical Services for Merrick & Company, it was announced by Ralph Christie, president and chief executive officer. Due to the ongoing expansion of the firm, this new position was developed where Voegtle will be responsible for leading Merrick’s architectural and technical operations and managing the firm’s technical resources. He will be directly supervising the engineering and architectural discipline leaders and will report directly to the chief operating officer.
Voegtle, a structural engineer, has been with the firm for 11 years, originally from 1994 to 1998, then returning to Merrick in 2002. His work has focused on projects for the U.S. Department of Energy, nuclear process facilities and equipment clients, municipalities, commercial clients, and the industrial sector. Voegtle holds a BS and an MS in civil engineering as well as an MBA from the University of Colorado.
About Merrick & Company
Merrick & Company, an $85 million engineering, architecture, construction management, and geospatial solutions firm, serves domestic and international clients in the government, energy, life sciences, infrastructure, nuclear technology systems, and geospatial/mapping markets. Merrick’s work is concentrated on highly technical projects in the fields of renewable energy, nuclear power, government facilities, research laboratories, water resources, public works, and high precision mapping. Headquartered in Aurora, Colorado, the employee-owned company maintains seven offices in the U.S. as well as offices in Canada and Mexico.