Baltimore, Md. –– RMF Engineering, a leader in full-service engineering, today announced the election of Ohio Division Manager Vincent Jarrett to the firm’s Board of Directors.
“Vince has proven himself to be an invaluable leader at RMF, committed not only to the success of the Ohio office but to that of the firm at large,” said Ken Pitz, President of RMF. “His appointment to the Board is a testament to his diligence and advancement of RMF’s core values across all aspects of the business, and we are proud to have his service in this new capacity.”
Mr. Jarrett joined RMF as Division Manager at the firm’s Columbus, Ohio office in 2014. In the years since, he has been instrumental in the development and expansion of its utility infrastructure practice in the Midwest and has played a key role in enhancing RMF’s work with core clients such as The Ohio State University, Ohio University, University of Cincinnati, and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. In recognition for his technical and business acumen, client-centered focus, and significant contribution to the growth of the Ohio office, Vince was selected to be a shareholder in 2016 and has since continued to drive the reputation of the practice.
Mr. Jarrett holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University and has over 20 years of experience in civil and site engineering design and district energy improvements. In addition to his role in the local office, Vince leads cross-office project teams on sites across the country, providing thermal and electrical distribution, infrastructure design, building MEP engineering and commissioning. His active portfolio includes district energy plants, thermal distribution, utility tunnel rehabilitations, and marina and boating access facilities.
“It is an honor to be joining the Board of Directors, and I am grateful for the trust they have placed in me to help steer the future of RMF,” said Vince. “I have had the pleasure of collaborating with outstanding leaders from across the firm’s locations, and I look forward to the opportunity to invest in our talent as the Board has done for me for so many years.”