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Sanchez and Coronado Join SSR


MEPT Program Continues to Expand

Smith Seckman Reid, Inc., a engineering design and facility consulting firm announces that Richard Sanchez and Juan (John) Coronado have joined SSR’s MEPT program in Texas. Sanchez will serve as a senior construction administrator, bringing more than a decade of construction administration and project management experience to the Houston office. Coronado will serve as a senior technology designer in the Dallas office.

Sanchez recently served as the director of MEP construction administration for a multi-discipline architecture and engineering consulting firm where he directed, coordinated, and exercised functional authority over construction administrators in three states. He was also responsible for monitoring the execution, review, and approval of design documents. Sanchez has extensive experience with educational facilities, both primary and higher, as well as sports and entertainment, environmental, and healthcare facilities.

“Mr. Sanchez brings a wealth of construction experience to SSR’s Southwest Region with a current focus on Texas,” said Kevin Wolfford, Senior Principal with SSR. “His hands on approach and complete understanding of the design and construction process will prove to be an invaluable addition to SSR and the clients we serve.”

Prior to joining SSR, Coronado was a technology consultant for a national firm working on educational, government, and sports and entertainment facilities. He worked closely with clients and contractors to assess their technology needs and ensure that the scope of service was implemented, per the contract documents and client needs.

“Mr. Coronado’s addition is key to continue the steady growth and demand for SSR’s Technology Planning and Consulting services in Texas,” said Scott Johnson, Senior Principal and director of the technology group at SSR. “We continue to see Texas as a key region for business investment as part of our national and global services.”