Welcome to Team 360!
Alex Fornoff – Project Engineer
Alex joined 360 Engineering in January, with experience in construction working for a mechanical and plumbing contractor. He is a Colorado School of Mines graduate with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. On why he chose this career, “I chose mechanical engineering as a profession because of the broad range of applications. Many systems can be encountered in the world, and having that deeper understanding is very appealing to me.” Outside of work, Alex is passionate about skiing. He grew up near Philadelphia, and skiing was a driving force to coming to Colorado.
Ryan Taylor – Project Engineer
Ryan joined 360 Engineering in February with a robust knowledge of current software, including 3D SolidWorks modeling and NX 12 3D. He also earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and was on the Dean’s List. Ryan chose mechanical engineering because “I enjoy the process of problem-solving and implementing the best/most efficient designs.” Ryan grew up in Golden, Colorado, and his interests outside of work include cars, motorcycle riding (on and off-road), and snowboarding.
Meghan Stumpf – Administrative Coordinator
Meghan joined our team in March, right when COVID-19 ramped up, and we were working from home, she made it through her first months corresponding with everyone in Microsoft Teams. She is a graduate of Culver-Stockton College in Missouri, with a B.A. in Communication, emphasis in Media. Meghan’s recent experience includes working in the non-profit and public sectors. At her first job out of college, Meghan worked in several positions at a TV station, including as a weather anchor. She grew up in Quincy, Illinois, and her side-gig is acting, a passion she’s been pursuing since 9 years old.
Joe Wittenberg, PE (CO) – Project Manager
Joe joined 360 Engineering in 2016 as a project engineer and has developed into a leader in the firm. He is a respected mentor and a skilled manager of projects of all sizes, maintaining close design team coordination, project schedules, and budgets. His market sector expertise ranges from education, municipal, and the federal government to commercial buildings and workplaces. Read More.
Ryan Dunne, PE (CO) – Project Manager
Ryan joined 360 Engineering in 2017. With a technical engineering sales background, he is a client-focused mechanical engineer experienced in systems design, equipment selection, systems troubleshooting, and testing, and project management from conception through design and commissioning. Ryan has executed projects in public and private sectors, with experience in aviation, public safety, laboratories, commercial buildings, and office spaces. Read More.
Kerri Zoetewey – Senior Project Engineer
Kerri joined 360 Engineering in 2018 and has close to 20 years of mechanical engineering experience overall. She has worked on a wide-range of project types, including tenant finish, office buildings, retail, restaurants, churches, and schools. As a Senior Project Engineer, Kerri plays a key role in seeing projects from concept through design and construction. She is responsible for coordinating with the design team and conducting all associated field investigations, calculations, equipment selections, layout, and drafting. Read More.
Brennen Guy – Project Engineer II
Brennen joined the 360 Engineering team in 2018, bringing his passion for mechanical engineering design to every project. Brennen finds it satisfying to see a project through the stages of concept to construction, especially knowing other people will benefit from a design he was a part of. He also enjoys being constantly challenged with tasks that are logic and math-based. As a Project Engineer, Brennen’s focus includes field investigations, calculations, equipment selections and layout, and drafting.
Recent Project Highlights
Crocs – Corporate Headquarters
Read about Crocs new home away from home.
Mechanical and plumbing design for Crocs new 88,000-square-foot headquarters in Broomfield, CO.
Client: Venture Architecture
Denver Botanic Gardens – Freyer-Newman Center
Read about the new Center for Science, Art, and Education.
Plumbing design for the new 50,000-square-foot Freyer-Newman Center, and renovation of lower-level at Boettcher Memorial in Denver, CO.
Client: Davis Partnership Architects
16 Market Square – New Cooling Tower
Read about the 16 Market Square Cooling Tower Replacement.
Mechanical design and commissioning for a cooling tower replacement at a 260,000-square-foot building in Denver, CO.
Client: Lincoln Properties
New Office Location
Also, just in case you haven’t heard, we moved to a new office location in January:
751 Pine Ridge Rd, Suite 360
Golden, CO 80403