RMF names two new partners
RMF Engineering has named Beth Crutchfield and Craig Buck as partners in its Charleston, S.C., office.
RMF Engineering has appointed two new partners out of the firm’s Charleston, S.C., office: Beth Crutchfield, PE, LEED AP, and Craig Buck, PE, LEED AP, HFDP. Both Crutchfield and Buck were chosen as new leaders of RMF, having contributed significantly to the South Carolina office’s business growth since relocating there in the early 2000s to help develop the office.
Both Crutchfield and Buck will be assisting in the day-to-day operations of the South Carolina office as well as the firm’s expansion in the southeast market. Additionally, they will take on a greater role by overseeing service offerings in their corresponding fields.
Crutchfield, an electrical engineer and project manager, has a primary area of emphasis in institutional building and healthcare work. With 20 years’ experience working in the architecture and engineering (A/E) field for construction projects, she is involved in all phases of development including schematics, design development, A/E coordination, construction documents, construction administration and commissioning.
Buck, a mechanical engineer and project manager, is an RMF veteran with 15 years at the firm. He has extensive experience in designing HVAC, plumbing and medical gas systems for healthcare facilities. He is well versed in design standards and code requirements associated with healthcare facilities, having successfully designed systems serving a wide variety of specialized care areas within the hospital environment.
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