Hard hats are out: m2e engineers are at work at 500 Brickell construction site
November 24, 2014
Posted by: m2e Team
Last week, M2E Vice President Vladimir Markoski and mechanical engineer Hector Alfonso were hard at work at the 500 Brickell project site. Air conditioning coils were being lifted via chopper to the rooftop for replacement.
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Senior Project Architect, SUNDOG Structures
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Assistant Property Manager, Castle Group Property Management
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President / CEO, B.Smart Development
“On behalf of the BOD, the members, our staff and me, we want to congratulate you for having such a professional team. Mr. Ray Vera, AIA is helping us greatly and will provide us the plans for 3 storages that will be sold to our members and allow our association to keep the 2021 budget with zero increase for the sixth consecutive year and at the same time, satisfy the need of our owners.”