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Building Drops Inc. Announces New Project Manager to Oversee The Engineering Department

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Dania Beach, FL / January 30, 2014/ On behalf of Building Drops Inc., our President and Founder Hermes F. Norero is delighted to announce the promotion of Mr. Matthew Spahr, E.I. to Project Manager. Spahr has been with the Building Drops team since 2009 and started out as an intern.

“It pleases me, as the President to make this announcement, as I have seen how Matt has grown from an intern from the University of Central Florida into a vital member of our business” says Hermes F. Norero, President and Founder of Building Drops. “While continuing to grow within the company, Matt is also preparing to take the Florida P.E. examination within the next year. I encourage Matt to continue in this path as he is an integral part of our team.”

Spahr currently oversees the engineering department, providing engineering & drafting support for product approval submittals to the State of Florida, Texas Department of Insurance, and Miami-Dade County. He manages projects ranging from full product development processes to shop drawings & engineering for building envelope systems. Matt’s experience with building departments and the product certification & testing processes has carried over to his ability to create, review, & manage submittals for high profile projects. He has managed projects which vary in requirements, from historical renovations in the Northeast U.S. to the strict requirements of South Florida’s High Velocity Hurricane Zones (HVHZ).

Spahr works closely with Manufacturers, Contractors, & Architects to develop creative solutions for achieving the Architect’s vision. He has overseen the submittal of hundreds of product approvals all of which involved maintaining close communication with the customer.

Building Drops Inc, is the leading one-stop engineering/consulting service company that provides product manufacturers with a one stop solution to get products from prototype to state certification. With our team, our clients can focus on other business tasks, knowing that our professional associates and experienced staff are handling the product certification and permitting process from start to finish. Building Drops prides itself to always give that “little bit of extra in service”.

Our Services Include:

- 2013 Florida Building Code Updates (Affirmations & Revisions)
- Submittals to the Florida Building Code BCIS, Florida Product Approval
- Submittals to Miami Dade for NOA approvals
- Submittals to Texas Department of Insurance (TDI Product Evaluations)
- Installation Drawings
- Installation Calculations
- Test Proposal, Planning, & Pre-Test Analysis
- Comparative Analysis w/ Anchors
- Mullion Analysis w/ Anchors
- Site Specific Engineering
- Shop Drawing Drafting & Engineering

Media Contact: Birgit Westphal, bwestphal@buildingdrops.com, 954.399.8478

Source: http://www.accesswire.com/viewarticle.aspx?id=411420

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