New Office Led By Michael Preece to Service Growing Client Base NASHVILLE — Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. (SSR), a leading engineering design and facility consulting firm, has opened a Washington, D.C. office. The office will be led by Michael Preece, PE, PSP, CxA, security engineering commissioning specialist.
SSR has been active in the Washington, D.C. area for many years, with significant growth during the last five years. Notable work includes: • Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital in Newport News, Va. • Riverside Doctor’s Hospital of Williamsburg • Kaiser Permanente Medical Centers in the greater D.C. area, including: Gaithersburg Medical Center in Gaithersburg, Md., Largo Medical Center in Upper Marlboro, Md., South Baltimore Medical Center in Baltimore, Md., and Tyson’s Corner Medical Center in McLean, Va. • The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Md. • Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Baltimore, Md. • Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
“As our work for local clients and the federal government continues to grow, we wanted to be close to the agencies headquartered in the D.C. area,” said Rob Barrick, President and CEO of Smith Seckman Reid. “The size and diversity o f the D.C. market along our core service lines, opportunities for international work, and long term clients with interests in the area were all factors in our decision to open an office here.”
The Washington, D.C. office will provide SSR’s full array of engineering design and facility consulting services including engineering design, commissioning and sustainability, technology and regulatory compliance.
Michael Preece has 22 years of experience in project development, design, construction and start-up. For the last nine years, he has served as client and project manager for federal, state and local governme nt projects, and commercial projects in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region. He is a registered professional engineer in Maryland, a board-certified physical security professional with ASIS International and a certified commissioning authority with the AABC commissioning group.
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