Matern promotes three to SVP

Matern Professional Engineering has promoted Adrian Baus, Judy D'Angelo, and Ryan Strandquest to senior vice president.

05/21/2013


MPE promoted Adrian Baus to senior vice president. Baus is a registered electrical, mechanical, and fire protection engineer with over 19 years of experience. Courtesy: MPEMPE promoted Judy D'Angelo to senior vice president. D'Angelo has spent 17 years as a Controller for administration, accounting, and HR functions at MPE. Courtesy: MPEMPE promoted Ryan Strandquest to senior vice president. Strandquest is a LEED Accredited Professional and has 17 years of experience in mechanical engineering and project management. Courtesy: MPE

Matern Professional Engineering (MPE) has promoted Adrian Baus, PE, Judy D'Angelo, and Ryan Strandquest to senior vice president (SVP) and as shareholders.

Adrian Baus, PE, is a registered Electrical, Mechanical and Fire Protection Engineer with over 19 years experience in construction and engineering, encompassing practical field experience as well as design expertise. He specializes in technology, photovoltaic systems and other specialty projects such as the Combined Heat & Power Plant for the University of Central Florida. Adrian is the Director of Engineering for MPE.

Ryan Strandquest has a Master’s Degree in Engineering Management and a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Technology from the University of Central Florida and he is a LEED Accredited Professional. Ryan brings with him over 17 years experience in Mechanical Engineering and Project Management. Ryan is currently a Vice President and the Director of the Education Division for Matern Professional Engineering, Inc. Strandquest is a 2012 40 Under 40 award winner.

Judy D'Angelo earned her B.S. Accounting from the University of Central Florida in 2004. Her past experiences in the retail and service industries along with her educational achievements have served her well in her 17 years of Controllership duties at MPE. She oversees all office administration, accounting, and HR functions. In addition to serving on the Board of the Ace Mentor Program of Central Florida and her involvement in the Society for Design Administration, she is a Vice President and Controller at MPE.



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