North Carolina – January 4, 2013 – Merrick & Company (www.merrick.com) welcomes three new members to the infrastructure team in the firm’s Charlotte, NC office. “We are excited to have all of them on board,” said Sandy Turnbull, RLA, and Vice President of Merrick. “Merrick is experiencing growth in the civil infrastructure market sector and with their contributing talents; we will be able to continue expanding throughout the southeast region.”
Brian C. Keane, PE, LEED AP, BD+C, has joined Merrick as a civil engineer and will focus on supporting the firm’s private development and local government clients. Keane is a registered professional engineer in North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Virginia and brings more than 30 years’ experience in site development, solid waste, federal, municipal, and private engineering design. Prior to joining Merrick, Keane was project manager in the civil and environmental market sector for HDR Inc. in Charlotte, NC, where he served as project engineer on over 40 projects. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of Central Florida.
Marcus J. King, PE, LEED AP, BD+C, joins Merrick as a civil engineer, and holds registrations in North and South Carolina. He is active in the engineering community as a key leader in related organizations and is a current member on several boards, including role as Elected Vice Chairman to the Harrisburg Park and Recreation Board. Contributing over 10 years of experience, King has worked on multiple civil/site engineering and land development projects as a project manager. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Melbourne as well as a Masters in Science, Marketing and Local Government, from the University of New England.
Daniel Curtis has joined the company as a key addition to Merrick’s survey team. He will assume responsibility with performing Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), and construction layout as well as 3D modeling for design. Additionally Curtis will offer his expertise in field surveys related to boundary, design, topographical, environmental, roadway, construction layout, utility inventory, and apply his experience to other types of survey projects. Curtis offers nearly 10 years of experience in the survey profession to Merrick. Much of his focus has been on boundary surveys, as well as serving the GPS, route, stream restoration, airport and construction sectors. Curtis is skilled in a diverse range of technologies and brings key qualifications having completed Civil Engineering Technology studies and current studies in Survey Technology at Wake Tech Community College.
To learn more about Merrick’s presence in the Southeast, visit www.merrick.com/infrastructure/private-development/land-development/southeast-us