Welcome Our 2021 Summer Interns

2021 Summer Interns

RWB is thrilled to welcome four new interns this summer as part of our firm internship program.

During their time here at RWB, they will gain hands-on experience with MEP Engineering Design. They will help with the design process and documentation of current projects by working in AutoCAD and Revit and visiting project jobsites.

Anna Claire Saffell

School: Auburn University
Year in School: Senior
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Anna began researching the role that engineering plays in the built world after taking an AP Art class with an Architecture concentration. She decided to purse mechanical engineering for the combination of visceral and behavioral design. This summer, Anna looks forward to gaining mentorship and hands-on experience, while expanding her skills in AutoCAD and Revit. She hopes to pursue a career in either MEP, Structural,  Architectural engineering, or product design.

At school, Anna is involved in Tau Beta Pi Honor Society, Chi Omega Sorority and Onward Campus Ministries.



Piper Roman

School: Texas A&M University
Year in School: Junior
Major: Architectural Engineering

Aside from her love of math and physics, Piper was inspired by her grandfather to pursue an engineering degree, as he was an engineer himself. She learned about RWB when attending a presentation on campus given by RWB Principal, Ken Fulk. Piper hopes to gain experience by collaborating and working with computer-aided design.

In her free time, Piper enjoys drawing and playing piano.



Weston Taylor

School: Oklahoma State University
Year in School: Senior
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Weston chose an engineering pathway based on his love for science, math and problem solving. He says, “put those together and you get engineering”. He is excited to gain valuable experience and apply it to the work he will complete at RWB this summer. Weston’s career path includes earning an EIT, working his way up to P.E. and Project Management.

Weston’s hobbies including watching new shows and hanging out with friends. He also enjoys boxing, biking, hiking and rock climbing.



Tyler Ferrari

School: University of Texas at Austin
Year in School: Junior
Major: Electrical and Computer Engineering

Tyler admires creators and inventors which inspired his decision to pursue engineering as a career. During an Independent Study course, Tyler was mentored by RWB Principal, Mike Adcock who encouraged him to apply to RWB’s internship program. Tyler looks forward to gaining knowledge and experience within the professional world of engineering as well as creating bonds with coworkers during his time here at RWB.

Next semester, Tyler will be a Teaching Assistant for one of his Electrical Engineering classes. He is also an officer within his Fraternity, Phi Kappa Tau.