RTM Engineering Consultants News

Congratulations to our new principals

NEW YEAR, NEW TITLE. We are proud to announce the promotion of four new Principals to the RTM Engineering Consultants team. Each individual came to RTM through a different career path, but all share the same CORE values and have demonstrated a tremendous amount of dedication and hard work over the years. Read about each…

Welcoming Matt Volk to our Chicago Office

We are very excited to have Matt Volk as part of the team! He recently joined RTM’s Chicago office, bringing over 30 years of project and contract management experience, combined with an electrical engineering background. His wide range of experience has provided him the opportunity to work in a variety of market sectors including commercial…

Welcoming David Copeland to our Chicago Office

We are excited to announce that David Copeland has joined RTM Engineering Consultants, bringing over 20 years of experience in the AEC industry, with an extensive portfolio in acoustical design and consulting. His expertise includes architectural room acoustics; partition and sound isolation; speech privacy, intelligibility, and sound masking; HVAC equipment noise and vibration control; interior…

Welcoming Brian Kuhn to our Schaumburg Office

We are thrilled to welcome Brian Kuhn to RTM, bringing 15 years of experience in MEP engineering, project management, and building commissioning in the AEC industry. In his previous roles, he has worked alongside teams on primary and secondary educational, commercial/corporate office, mixed-use development, high-end residential, and sustainability-focused projects, coordinating multiple design disciplines, and utilizing…

Welcoming Frank McBride to our Newport Beach Office

Frank McBride brings over 23 years of experience in electrical engineering design and project management to RTM, with his previous experience encompassing major market sectors including healthcare, higher education, hospitality, entertainment, mission critical, transportation, sports venues, justice, industrial, and commercial office. During his tenure at AECOM, Frank supported engineering teams across the West region, managing…

Expanding our civil services in the Midwest

RTM Engineering Consultants, a rapidly-growing, national consulting firm offering services in civil, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design is pleased to announce its recent acquisition of J+M Civil Design, a civil engineering firm based in Bettendorf, Iowa, and specializing in infrastructure improvements for the transportation, municipal, and public works sectors. “Welcoming the J+M Civil…

Expanding our reach on the West Coast and broadening our civil services nationwide

RTM Engineering Consultants, a rapidly-growing, national consulting firm offering services in civil, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design is pleased to announce its recent acquisition of RCE Consultants, a civil engineering firm based in Laguna Woods, California, and specializing in water, wastewater, public works, private land development, industrial and water quality sectors. “We are…

Michael Quig COO RTM Engineering Consultants

RTM Welcomes Michael Quig as Chief Operating Officer to Support the Firm’s Continued Growth Initiative

RTM Engineering Consultants is pleased to announce that Michael Quig has joined the firm as Chief Operating Officer. In this new role, Mike will be responsible for RTM’s strategy and operations, working with its 14 global offices to deliver engineering excellence to the AEC industry. Mike’s 30 years of experience developing high-performance teams within fast-growing…

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COVID – 19: To our clients and community

TO OUR CLIENTS & COMMUNITY:   As RTM continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic in the US and abroad, we have taken action to protect the health and safety of our team and our communities, while also ensuring that our services are uninterrupted. We are fully committed to continuing the delivery of superior work on…

Preparing for COVID – 19: Strategies for Creating Isolation Areas With Your Existing Hospital Infrastructure

As the Coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread across the country, hospitals and clinics will need to find ways to support an increase in patients who test positive for the virus. The American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) and the CDC both recommend that if possible all coronavirus patients be isolated in rooms at negative…