Karpinski Engineering (KE) has promoted three staff members: Monica Erickson, Kyle Shock, and Nick Tabar. All three are based in the firm’s Cleveland, Ohio, office.
Kyle Shock, PE, has been promoted to Senior Project Engineer, Mechanical. He focuses on healthcare projects.
Principal Ken Borah, PE, highlighted Kyle’s leadership ability and technical knowledge.
“Kyle has a positive way of leading not only those who are following, but those who are mentoring him,” Ken said.
“His know-how is high,” Ken said. “It’s not that he knows everything, but there’s almost nothing he can’t figure out.”
Kyle joined KE in 2013. He earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Grove City College. He is a member of ASHRAE and ASPE.
Monica Erickson has been promoted to Commissioning Professional. She provides commissioning services for healthcare, commercial, and educational clients.
Director of Commissioning Jeff Creter, QCxP, called out Monica’s drive and diligence. He also highlighted her skill at communicating with the members of a project team, from owners to engineers to contractors.
Monica joined KE in 2017. She served in the Marines for eight years, and she earned an associate’s degree from Stark State College of Technology.
Nick Tabar has been promoted to Project Engineer, Mechanical. He focuses on plumbing engineering.
Nick exudes eagerness and tenacity, said Director of Plumbing Engineering Tim Foresta.
“He is just relentless. He pushes the boundaries a lot, and he does it all with humility,” said Tim.
Nick joined KE in 2016. He earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Gannon University. He is a member of ASPE.
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