MoorePEOPLE: Newest Faces at Walter P Moore

19 June 2019
New faces 2019 news


Walter P Moore welcomes 10 new faces hailing from coast to coast. Meet our newest engineers, architects, and parking experts and find out who has a twin brother who is also an engineer, whose band briefly held the #1 download spot on, who almost became a professional baseball player, and Moore…

Darek Brandt, PE / Senior Project Manager / Diagnostics, Orlando

In Six: Professional, courteous, honest, diligent, positive, energetic.
Roots / Alma Mater: Orlando, Florida / University of Central Florida
On what inspired him to become an engineer: “I was always fascinated with the mechanics of how the built world was designed and constructed. From a young age, I enjoyed taking things apart and reassembling them.”
2nd career choice, if not an engineer: Automotive industry designer

Chuck Cardwell, PE, LEED AP / Principal, Managing Director / Structures, Charlotte

In Six: Refuses to stop until all done.
Roots / Alma Mater: Winston-Salem, North Carolina / North Carolina State University
On what inspired him to become an engineer: “One of my summer jobs in high school was helping build houses. I enjoyed seeing the framing of the house take shape and come together.”
Extracurricular Chuck: “I enjoyed coaching my (3) sons in youth sports; baseball, basketball, and football. After they aged out of my coaching, my wife and I enjoyed watching them play on their school and travel teams.”

Annie Lo, AIA, LEED AP / Principal, Managing Director / Diagnostics, San Francisco

In Six: Ambitious and resolute — let’s do this!
Roots / Alma Mater(s): Los Angeles-Pasadena, California / Columbia University, NY; Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA
Why Walter P Moore: “I chose Walter P Moore for its focus and growth in Building Enclosure work and the collective expertise and passion of its team members.”
2nd career choice, if not an architect: “I’d be a Graphic Designer with my own print shop.”

David Moore / Senior Parking Consultant / Parking, Atlanta

In Six: Always know what you will get.
Roots / Alma Mater: Sharon, Pennsylvania / Youngstown State University
Little-known tidbit: “I earned a four-year scholarship to play baseball at Youngstown State University, in Youngstown, Ohio. My love for the game gave me aspirations of making a career out of it, but I later discovered my baseball talent was good enough for college, but not the big leagues.”
Role model, professional or other: “My father — he taught me to work hard and treat people nicely and respectfully.”

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