Mueller Associates Promotes Davenport to Project Manager
Baltimore, MD—January 25, 2016
Mueller Associates, an award-winning mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering firm, has promoted Clark Davenport, PE, to project manager. A mechanical engineer with 12 years of experience, Davenport will manage the design of new construction and renovation projects in the institutional, corporate, and educational markets for the firm.
Davenport joined Mueller Associates in 2003 after graduating from Messiah College with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. His recent projects include the LEED®-Platinum Angelos Law Center for the University of Baltimore, renovations to the Baltimore Museum of Art, and renovations to the Lauinger Library at Georgetown University.
Currently, Davenport is engineering the new Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center at the University of Maryland in College Park, renovations to George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts & Design in Washington, D.C., renovations to a residence tower at Towson University, and upgrades to the police station and event building at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Zoological Park. His clients also include Northrop Grumman, a Mueller Associates client for the past 40 years; and the Walters Art Museum.
Davenport is a licensed professional engineer and a member of ASHRAE.
About Mueller Associates
Established in 1966, Mueller Associates is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016. The firm provides mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering services for facilities throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Mueller specializes in engineering for academic buildings, museums, libraries, performing arts centers, laboratories, and other institutional and corporate facilities requiring designs for stringent environmental control, energy-conservation, and sustainability.
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