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Martin/Martin’s 6th Annual Kickball Game Highlights

Waldo Luke BWLuke Waldo, 
Investigative Project Engineer –

I am happy to report to all of you that the 6th Annual Martin/Martin, Inc. interdepartmental kickball game (Kick-a-Bowl 6) went off largely without a hitch*.

While the previous five iterations of our kickballing have been centered around the camaraderie and generally (but not … Continue Reading

A Unique College Background

ReedKelsey-orig-size-128x170Kelsey Reed, Head Structural Administrative Assistant –    My college experience was quite a bit different than my fellow Martin/Martin employees. While most boast impressive diplomas in engineering, I have a Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs, Chinese, and Asian Studies. How did I end up with three different majors that mostly … Continue Reading

Martin/Martin Announces Associate Promotions

LAKEWOOD, COLO. – Martin/Martin, Inc. has Promoted Five Engineers to Associate.

Associate Peter Buckley, PE, has been with Martin/Martin for 13 years. Peter is a seasoned project manager with strong site development and project engineering skills, and specializes in healthcare, medical office building, and design-build projects.

Associate Nicole Lane, PE, … Continue Reading

Adopting a Bear

Blog-WhelanTodd Whelan,
Structural Engineer – 

Blog-BearOn March 13, 2013 my wife and I added a new holiday to our annual celebrations.  It was the day we adopted our beloved dog, Bear, who is an all-black, male, German shepherd.   He was roughly 3 years old when we adopted him and had … Continue Reading

Simplifying the Complex

Blog-OltmanJonathan Oltman,
Structural Engineer –

“Our life is frittered away by detail.  Simplify, simplify.” -Henry David Thoreau

Blog-MSCThe primary product that we produce at Martin/Martin, the construction documents, are all about the details.  We must provide drawings that define all structural building materials, member sizes, and geometry to a fraction … Continue Reading