TLC Announces New Shareholders
TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc.’s Board of Directors announces five new shareholders, recognizing their positive impacts, commitments and meaningful contributions to TLC projects, clients and staff. The new shareholders include:
Dalia Wright, PE, is a 2007 electrical engineering graduate of the University of Central Florida. As an electrical project engineer in TLC’s Healthcare practice, she has been responsible for numerous projects, including Tradition Medical Center (Phases 1 and 2), multiple projects at Baptist Health South Florida and Nemours Children’s Hospital.
Michael Steward, PE, LEED AP BD+C, CxA, is a senior electrical engineer in TLC’s Healthcare practice and a graduate of the University of Florida in 2002. Michael joined TLC in 2017 with extensive experience as both a consulting engineer and owner. Michael has been very involved in TLC healthcare projects in South Florida, predominantly at Baptist Health and Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
Jim Peterkin, PE, LEED AP, is a 1985 graduate of Drexel University and a senior life safety consultant and fire protection engineer for TLC. Jim joined TLC in 2012 and provides support across the firm on a variety of building types, including federal, healthcare and educational projects.
R. Cole Parkinson, RCDD, joined TLC in 2015 and is based in the firm’s Jacksonville office. He is a 2005 graduate of Algonquin College, Ottawa, Canada, in electrical engineering. As a systems project manager, Cole is involved with projects as diverse as the Brightline train stations, Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center and technology projects for the Fulton County Public Library System in Atlanta, Georgia.
E. Neal Boothe, PE, joined TLC in 2016 as a senior electrical engineer in the firm’s Healthcare practice. A 1994 graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, Neal is working with a variety of healthcare providers in Florida.