WSP Flack + Kurtz names managing director
Christian Agulles, PE, LEED AP has been selected as the Managing Director of WSP Flack + Kurtz’s Washington, D.C., office
The engineering firm WSP Flack + Kurtz announces that Christian Agulles, PE, LEED AP, has assumed the role of Managing Director of its Washington, D.C., office.
He has taken over the role from Milton Iriarte, PE, LEED AP. Agulles comes to Washington, D.C., with more than 17 years of experience at WSP F+K, having held positions in the firm’s Las Vegas, New York, and San Francisco offices.
A mechanical engineer by trade since graduating cum laude from the New York Institute of Technology in 1993, Agulles specializes in the conceptual design of innovative and energy-efficient HVAC and building controls systems. He has been responsible for the analysis, design, and specification of mechanical systems for many large-scale and complex building types, including government, commercial mixed-use, corporate headquarters, retail, entertainment, gaming, hospitality, high-rise residential, sports arenas, and stadiums. Agulles has registrations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, California, Arizona, and Nevada.
“The D.C. Metro area is a vital hub for our MEP practice,” says David Cooper, PE, LEED AP BD+C, President and Chief Executive Officer of WSP Flack + Kurtz. “Christian’s leadership experience and particular mastery in this area makes him ideally suited to the managing director position.”
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