RMF Engineering expands infrastructure services

RMF Engineering's York, Pa., office is expanding its infrastructure services to provide a localized approach to field and infrastructure services. Brian Wodka has been appointed the team leader for the company's expansion.

04/08/2013


RMF Engineering's York, Pa. office is expanding its infrastructure services to provide a localized approach to field and infrastructure services. Brian Wodka, PE, CEM, LEED AP, has been appointed the team leader for the company's expansion. Courtesy: RMFRMF Engineering has announced the expansion of its infrastructure services at the firm’s office in York, Pa. The office is expanding to give clients a more localized approach to infrastructure services and field services such as commissioning, condition assessments, energy audits, and arc flash studies. The expansion also includes a boost to RMF’s local inspections and traditional building services. The firm is growing the local office by five employees and plans to add two additional employees within the next six months. Brian Wodka PE, CEM, LEED AP, has been appointed the team leader for the infrastructure group in York.

Wodka, who was previously based out of RMF’s headquarters in Baltimore, is a mechanical engineer and a published author. He joined RMF 13 years ago and has extensive experience in the design and engineering of heating plants and distribution systems for large campuses, including higher education, laboratory / research facilities, private corporations and government installations. 

Wodka also leads the power plant assessment and reliability team at RMF. He has performed power plant assessments and boiler inspections for the last 12 years. Additionally, Wodka is the vice chair on ASME’s committee for developing standards for reliability, availability, and maintainability of power plants (RAM). 



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