Muller Engineering Company (Muller) is pleased to announce the promotion of two new Associate Shareholders: Andy Pultorak and Kelly Maiorana.
Muller’s shareholder and senior management group takes great pride in the expansion of the team, which significantly contributes to Muller’s overarching mission of fostering collaborative efforts in Creating Better Places, Together for our communities, clients, and dedicated employees.
“Incorporating new members into our shareholders group reinforces our unwavering dedication to being a legacy engineering firm, owned by a select group of exceptional employees and passed on from one generation to the next. We take immense pride in welcoming these two accomplished individuals into our fold, as they align perfectly with our legacy vision,” said President A. Gray Clark, PE.
Andy Pultorak, PE, is a team lead and senior project manager in Muller’s Structures group. His 17 years of professional experience features a diverse range of projects, including bridge design and rehabilitation, design of underground conveyance and vault structures, bridge inspection, bridge hydraulics and scour analysis, and construction support. He is knowledgeable in a variety of structural design codes, including AASHTO LRFD and ACI 350. Andy has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado, Denver and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado, Denver. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado and a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction and the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Kelly Maiorana is a team lead and senior project manager in Muller’s Planning & Program Management group and has 25 years of experience. Kelly is experienced in environmental planning, including regulatory compliance and document preparation. She has managed and prepared all levels of NEPA and PEL documentation and enjoys collaborating with engineers and planners to coordinate projects from conception to completion. She understands the intricate balance of involving project leadership and stakeholders, making sure they have the right information at the right time to make decisions or provide feedback that is beneficial to the project. Kelly has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from the University of Denver. Kelly serves in the board of WTS Colorado and is a co-chair on the Environmental Committee for American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).