Jamie Raithel and Tony Jondo of Harford County and Brian Vandervort in Bethesda recently received professional licenses for EBL Engineers LLC.
Raithel received his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the Pennsylvania State University in 2000 and has been with EBL Engineers for 12 years. He also received his LEED AP Certification in 2006. Raithel has design responsibility for the mechanical systems of a variety of projects including industrial, commercial, educational and military applications. His experience encompasses projects requiring HVAC systems, domestic water and sanitary plumbing layouts, underground steam and condensate piping systems and exhaust systems.
Jondo received his bachelor's degree in fire protection engineering from the University of Maryland in 2008 and has been with EBL Engineers for four years. Jondo has provided building code review and consulting for clients on specialized fire suppression systems, fire alarm, life safety, smoke control, computer fire modeling, plan review and fire pump installations. He has completed comprehensive inspection and acceptance testing witness of integrated fire suppression, building fire alarm evacuation and detection systems and smoke control systems. He is accomplished in completing design-build fire sprinkler and fire alarm system design documents. In addition, Jondo is a member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers and the Chesapeake Area Society of Health Care Engineering (CASHE).
Brian Vandervort is a senior fire protection engineer working at the NIH Bethesda field office. He is a 2007 graduate of the University of Maryland with a bachelor's degree in fire protection engineering. Vandervort started with EBL in 2007 after graduation. His primary focus is the Joint Commission Environment of Care at the Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. Vandervort is also a member of CASHE.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun