WSP Flack + Kurtz names Meyer VP of Commissioning

Engineering firm WSP Flack + Kurtz announced that Paul M. Meyer would be VP of Commissioning for the N.Y. office.

04/06/2011


Global engineering firm WSP Flack + Kurtz has named Paul M. Meyer to the post of Vice President of Commissioning in its New York office, effective immediately. In his new role, the 55-year-old Meyer will oversee and grow WSP Flack + Kurtz’s commissioning practice in the New York City and Washington, D.C. markets.

“Paul is widely recognized as one of the top experts in the building commissioning industry,” said Mark Warren, Senior Vice President of WSP Flack + Kurtz, who heads the firm’s nationwide commissioning practice.  “He’s been very active in industry associations, and is at the forefront of new developments in commissioning.  We’re delighted that he’s joined us.”

Previously, Meyer served as a senior engineer at Horizon Engineering.  He is a former treasurer on the board of directors for the Building Commissioning Association-Northeast Region, and currently is acting secretary on the board of directors for the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)-Long Island chapter.  He is also chairman of the USGBC’s Education Committee and an adjunct instructor at Stony Brook University.

WSP Flack + Kurtz is a multi-faceted consulting engineering firm that has completed significant projects with internationally acclaimed architects for the  world's largest corporations, developers, and institutions.  The firm’s services include mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, security, information technology, sustainability, architectural lighting design, and commissioning.  As an integral part of WSP USA, the business can also provide a full range of multidisciplinary services, including structural engineering, transportation and infrastructure, and environmental and energy services. 



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