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RMF Engineering Announces Four New Shareholders

RMF Engineering Announces Four New Shareholders

Baltimore, Md. –– RMF Engineering, a leader in full-service MEP engineering, today announced the addition of four new shareholders in the company: Matthew Boatwright, Steven Buckler, Jared Markle, and Elizabeth Nolder. 

“The invitation to become a shareholder in our firm is a recognition that results from hard work, commitment to client service, good judgment, and demonstrated leadership. Matt, Steve, Jared, and Elizabeth are four deserving, long-term RMF employees who have shown exemplary growth and performance throughout their time at the firm. I could not be more excited about each of their futures and where they will help lead the firm for years to come,” says Ken Pitz, CEO and President of RMF. 

Since 2009, Boatwright, PE, has been a pivotal member of RMF’s Raleigh, North Carolina office and Infrastructure team. Beginning his career at RMF as a co-op student, he is now a Project Manager and leads Raleigh’s Civil Engineering team, managing much of the firm’s work with higher education and federal institutions in the region. Boatwright’s contributions to the overall success of the Raleigh office and the firm are immense. Under his leadership, Boatwright’s team has steadily increased its client base, while effectively collaborating with RMF’s Civil Engineering teams in Baltimore, Atlanta, and Columbus. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University.

Buckler, PE, joined RMF in 2011 and has since played an instrumental role on the Civil/Structural team in RMF’s Baltimore office. He manages the firm’s strategic relationship with several key clients in district energy, dedicating much of his work to federal, private, and higher education projects in the mid-atlantic and northeast. The Civil/Structural team in Baltimore has been consistently successful and Buckler has been a significant contributor to that success. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from George Mason University and a Master’s in Engineering Management from Johns Hopkins University. 

Markle, PE, is a leading member of the Baltimore Infrastructure team, having guided prime electrical projects for regional clients, as well as several nationally recognized higher education clients. Markle’s expertise has distinguished RMF as a trusted advisor for new campus medium voltage (MV) planning and design opportunities in the mid-atlantic and northeastern regions of the U.S. Since joining the firm in 2011, he has proven to be a great source of positive energy for any effort that engages him. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University.     

Nolder, PE, joined RMF in 2008 as a co-op student following her sophomore year at the University of Maryland. Upon graduating from the university in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, she started a full-time position with RMF’s Baltimore Civil/Structural team. Nolder is a Project Manager and lead Civil Engineer for higher education clients, and has designed and managed multi-discipline campus-wide distribution projects up and down the east coast. Her ability to effectively collaborate across engineering disciplines and offices has been integral to the firm’s continued success. 

Boatwright, Buckler, Markle, and Nolder are all graduates of RMF’s Project Management and Leadership Development programs designed to further enhance leadership acumen and decision-making capabilities in the interest of the firm, its clients, employees and projects.

“We believe in investing in and fostering the growth of our employees, and new shareholders are a great demonstration of our commitment to employee development. Technical training, annual career path guidance, project management training, leadership development training, and our Corporate Performance Program have led each of these individuals to this exciting career opportunity,” says Pitz.