Avery Monroe, PE, LEED, AP, is Division Manager for RMF Engineering’s Charlotte operation. A partner with the firm, Monroe has been working as an engineer in the A/E industry for over 30 years. After joining RMF in 2001, he became a key leader in building a successful engineering team, which has worked with architects and owners to design and renovate several million square feet of space throughout the Southeast, including all 17 of the University of North Carolina System’s schools.
In 2013, Monroe was tapped to lead RMF’s newly opened branch office in Charlotte. His career has focused on the design, analysis, and construction administration of HVAC, plumbing and fire protection systems serving educational, healthcare, laboratory, military and commercial facilities. His specialization in the design of higher education and healthcare facilities throughout his career has allowed him to offer clients innovative and highly informed expertise. In his role at RMF, Monroe routinely utilizes sustainable design principles on facilities as well as documenting these principles in accordance with LEED and the state of North Carolina.
GroundBreak Carolinas recently chatted with Monroe about his background, his business philosophy and what drives him to succeed – and help others do the same. Read the full interview here.