BKM Continues Business Growth, Announces Principal Promotions
BKM has appointed two of the firm’s managers, Andrew C. Endres, Jr. and Rick Miller, to principals in order to support BKM’s continued business growth and to support the firm’s organizational infrastructure.
“Since he joined BKM 25 years ago, Andy has worked his way from intern to principal … his dedication to our firm and his drive for excellence in BKM’s mechanical engineering department are outstanding,”said Jim Barrett Jr., PE, Associate AIA, LEED AP BD+C and president of BKM. “Likewise, Rick has quickly proven himself a very hard worker and a true team player since joining BKM’s electrical engineering department five years ago. Both Andy and Rick have continuously led key projects at BKM, they are both well respected among our clients and our employees, and they will be integral to BKM’s future successes.”
Mr. Endres joined BKM in 1986, during which time he has won several ASHRAE technology awards and has led several notable projects including John Hopkins University School of Medicine — AIDS Research Facility, the University of Maryland Baltimore — Animal Bio-Safety Level 3 Research Laboratory, and the University of Maryland — Baltimore’s Cancer Research Laboratory. As principal and director of mechanical engineering, Mr. Endres will continue to provide designs for university, healthcare and educational clients; he will also continue to mentor staff, and lead design teams. Mr. Endres holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.
Mr. Miller, joined BKM in 2006, during which time he has served as lead electrical engineer for projects including the VA Martinsburg Capital Regional Readiness Center (CRRC) Datacenter, and theWalker Jones K-8 School in Washington, D.C. As principal and director of electrical engineering, Mr. Miller will continue to provide designs for university, healthcare and educational clients; he will also continue to mentor staff, and lead design teams. Mr. Miller holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.