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Seth Spangler Grows SSR’s Presence in Atlanta


Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. (SSR), a leader among engineering firms in designing, consulting, and commissioning projects, is pleased to announce that Seth Spangler, PE, BEMP, LEED AP BD+C, has joined the firm as a Principal and senior Mechanical Engineer in the firm’s growing Atlanta office. With over 15 years leading mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology (MEPT) design projects, Spangler will continue to enhance the quality of services SSR offers and grow the firm’s portfolio in Atlanta and the surrounding region.

“Seth will be able to bring SSR’s history of collaborative and creative solutions to clients in the Atlanta region. His level of care, for both projects and clients, aligns with the exceptional experiences SSR strives to provide. We’re excited about being able to respond to the needs in Atlanta, creating custom solutions that align with each client’s mission and vision,” said Jon Ross, PE, Senior Principal.

Throughout his career, Spangler has provided technical excellence and responsive customer service to his clients. He is an experienced engineer, client manager, project manager, and business developer that strives to provide exceptional client experiences while building long-term relationships. His background in healthcare, higher education, science and technology, sports and entertainment, and industrial markets  will complement the firm’s business development efforts and project workload in the greater Atlanta market.

“I am excited to join the SSR team and help integrate their presence in the Atlanta region through creative problem solving and high-quality engineering,” said Spangler. “I am thrilled to be able to provide a fully integrated design or any of the coordinated engineering services offered by SSR that owners and clients have been asking for.”

With the addition of Spangler, SSR adds MEPT design services to the Medical Equipment Planning and Commissioning services already in place.

Spangler earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University. He is active in the industry as a member of multiple professional organizations, including ASHRAE, Georgia Association of Physical Plant Administrators (GAPPA), and Georgia Society of Healthcare Engineers (GASHE).