Fritz Promoted to Vice President of Building Systems; Kiehl to Lead Power and Energy Projects
DENVER, CO Tyler Fritz was recently promoted to Vice President of Building Systems in the Denver, Colorado, office of the U.S. buildings sector of WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff and James Kiehl has been named a Senior Supervising Electrical Engineer in the Denver office as well.
Fritz, Vice President of Building Systems
As leader of a team of 13 building systems engineers, Fritz brings project management skills and engineering expertise to the Denver office's buildings projects. He also plays a key role in new business development.
"Tyler excels both in long-term client relationships and new business development," said Mark Montgomery, Senior Vice President, Building Systems, and Managing Director in Denver. "His management capabilities, technical strengths and interpersonal skills are representative of the talent within this company. Our clients frequently request that he manage their projects."
Kiehl, Senior Supervising Electrical Engineer
Kiehl joins the power group within the firm's industrial and energy sector. The group provides industry-leading expertise in power generation and delivery, including the use of renewable energy sources, as well as energy systems for buildings and facilities. In his new position, Kiehl will lead multidisciplinary teams on renewable energy projects including solar photovoltaic, wind and energy storage projects. His responsibilities include performing feasibility studies and providing due diligence services, lender's engineer services, and conceptual and detailed design on utility and distributed generation projects as Engineer of Record (EOR).
Prior to joining WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Kiehl was a lead electrical engineer for a company specializing in renewable energy and electrical infrastructure projects. He is a registered professional engineer in Colorado, California, Nevada and Pennsylvania.
Kiehl earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a bachelor's degree in physics from Colorado State University. His professional affiliations include membership in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).