Morrison-Maierle hired Pete Weber, an engineering designer who brings 25 years of experience in the low-voltage discipline to its Buildings Market Group consisting of structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers.

He is based in the company’s Missoula office, but will work on projects with the company’s Buildings Market Groups in Kalispell, Bozeman, and Sheridan. Pete has spent the last 19 years working in the Architecture/Engineering industry on communications infrastructure for buildings projects and will help Morrison-Maierle grow and develop its low-voltage discipline.

“Pete has worked with several Morrison-Maierle employee-owners on a wide variety of projects over the past 10 years. We are very excited to add him to our team,” said Arian Bloomfield, PE, Morrison-Maierle’s Buildings Market Group Leader.

As a low voltage and security specialist, Pete will design and bid projects for communication cabling systems in new and remodeled building projects. He will execute all aspects of telecommunications design including fiber optic design, intercom systems, wireless access points and cabling, access control systems, camera and network video recorder design, and intrusion system design.

A native of Rochester, New York, Pete received a B.A. and M.A. in psychology from Wheaton College in 1993. His communications licenses include a certification as an Aruba Certified Mobility Professional (ACMP). Prior to his new position at Morrison-Maierle, Pete worked for Access Consulting as a communications project manager for 18 years.

Founded in 1945, Morrison-Maierle has 12 offices throughout Montana, Wyoming, Washington, and Arizona. As a multi-disciplinary firm, it provides services in engineering, surveying, planning and natural sciences and is ranked among the Engineering New Record’s “Top 500 Design Firms” in the United States and Canada.