Denver, CO – Monroe & Newell Engineers Inc. named David Kast, PE, and Ryan C. Barth, PE, as principals of the firm.
Kast, an 11-year veteran of Monroe & Newell, holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering, with a specialty in structural engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.
Over the past decade, Kast has worked on some of the firm’s most significant projects, including Rolling Hills Country Club (Golden, Colo.), a 39,000 sq. ft. clubhouse and pool cabana, complementing the 18-hole championship golf course and full service tennis facility; and Trailhead Lodge at Wildhorse Meadows (Steamboat Springs, Colo.), a 178,000 sq. ft. facility featuring 86 condos, underground parking, pools, a fitness club, outdoor entertaining areas, a grotto with a water feature and three spas modeled after Strawberry Park, Steamboat’s world renowned natural hot springs.
Barth, a 10-year veteran of Monroe & Newell Engineers Inc., holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in architectural engineering from the University of Texas and a Master of Science Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics from the University of Colorado.
Over the past decade Barth has worked on many of the firms major projects, including Foothills Activity Center (Fort Collins, Colo.), a $6 million recreation and fitness center featuring 33,000 sq. ft. of multi-purpose space housing, a basketball court, aerobics studios, weight and cardio rooms, and community rooms and offices; 16M, (Denver, Colo.) a $90 million nine-story commercial high-rise features 340,000 sq. ft. of class AA mixed-use space, prestigiously located on the corner of 16th Street Mall and Market Street; and Pinnacle Eye Center (Colorado Springs, Colo.), an $11 million ambulatory surgery center and ophthalmology private practice. The center’s architectural and structural design focused on concentric arcs and radial forms to mimic the anatomy of the human eye.
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