Bob Quitadamo BOSTON – e3i Engineers, Inc. a specialized engineering firm servicing clients in mission critical, healthcare, laboratory, education and intricately complex industries, is proud to announce the promotion of Bob Quitadamo, PE to Partner of the firm.
Already a member of senior leadership as Director of Mechanical and Energy Services, Bob oversees the Mechanical group to maintain e3i’s strict high-quality standards while ensuring each and every project is staffed appropriately and running efficiently. Bob and his team provide custom-tailored solutions for his clients in the areas of mechanical engineering as well as energy efficiency design and analysis.
In his new role as Partner, Bob will join Partners Brian Mulkerrin, PE; Bill Leuci, PE; and Ryan Center to contribute to the vision and overall strategic direction of e3i while directly impacting company culture and performance. Bob will continue to help to grow the firm while maintaining day-to-day project oversight.
“Bob is an excellent engineer whose personality allows him to connect easily with people at all levels. What makes him truly stand out among his peers is his knowledge and understanding of finance and how it relates to our industry. He was the champion in our office for converting the firm to a new, fully integrated accounting and project management system, which he knew would streamline our processes,” said Brian Mulkerrin, PE, President and Co-Founder of e3i Engineers. “To be a partner, it’s critical to add value beyond engineering to continue firm growth, and Bob certainly has!”
“In the ten years that I’ve worked with Bob, he has provided unparalleled engineering solutions and project management to our clients,” said Bill Leuci, PE, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of e3i Engineers. “In addition to years of excellence in mechanical engineering, Bob also brings a keen business sense that will help e3i grow into the future.”
Bob’s specialized experience allows him to focus on creating and executing a plan for achieving his clients’ goals toward energy, mechanical, infrastructure, and data centers. He graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University.