G/BA Promotes Two Engineers
Jordan Martin, P.E., LEED AP, and Andrew "Drew" Kuzan, P.E., LEED AP, have been promoted to new positions at Grumman/Butkus Associates.
Martin, now a Project Manager, is a graduate of the University of Evansville. He joined G/BA in 2015 as a Senior Project Engineer. He has more than 10 years of experience in electrical engineering. His work has focused on the healthcare, higher education, hospitality, and commercial project sectors. Large recent projects include electrical service replacements for the Illini Union student center at the University of Chicago-Urbana/Champaign; renovations to Northwestern Medicine's Prentice Women's Hospital; upgrades to the Krannert Art Museum and Foellinger Auditorium at the U of I; lobby renovations for 222 S. Riverside, a large commercial building in Chicago's Loop; renovations to The Gwen hotel and the Waldorf Astoria Chicago; and power improvements for Advocate Health Care's SRCO administrative facility in Oak Brook, IL.
Kuzan, an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joined the firm in 2013 as a Project Engineer and has been promoted to Senior Project Engineer. His responsibilities include design and engineering of mechanical and plumbing systems, with an emphasis on higher education and healthcare facilities. Kuzan has worked on numerous projects at Northwestern University, including multiple large-scale utility infrastructure projects as well as upgrades to individual buildings. His portfolio also includes commissioning and retro-commissioning work, such as projects for the University of Chicago and Northern Trust Company.
Both Martin and Kuzan have served as Project Manager for several assignments, in addition to their design work.
G/BA congratulates these team members for their valuable ongoing contributions to the firm, which specializes in energy and resource consulting for large, energy-intensive facilities as well as mechanical, electrical, and plumbing/FP design services, commissioning, retro-commissioning, energy and resource benchmarking, energy conservation studies, MEP infrastructure planning and upgrades, LEED consulting, and computerized building modeling. Founded in 1973 in Evanston, IL, the company also has offices in Wisconsin and the New York metropolitan area.