Welcome 2022 Summer Interns

Engineering Internships

RWB is proud to welcome six new interns this summer as part of our 2022 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.

Allyson Lux

Allyson Lux

School: University of Alabama
Year in School: Graduated with BSME May 2022, now pursuing an MBA (May 2023)
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Allyson chose mechanical engineering because she had always enjoyed math and wanted a field that gave me many career options. Also, there are few women in mechanical engineering (about 10% total) and she wanted to change that. Hobbies include tennis, hiking, staying busy, and going to Alabama athletics games (football, basketball, baseball).

Braden SanterBraden Santer

School: University of Texas at Dallas
Year in School: Senior
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Braden chose to pursue engineering because it combined his passions for science, technology, and design. He is looking forward to gaining practical engineering experience and connecting with the engineers at RWB. Braden’s hobbies include gaming as well as modifying and racing cars.

Jacob TschetterJacob Tschetter

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

Jacob has always enjoyed learning about buildings and solving problems. He is excited to be learning from the associates while here at RWB.

Jacob is involved in Scouts, enjoys playing music and is a member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band.

Nicolas LawrenceNicolas Lawrence

School: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Year in School: Incoming Freshman
Major: Chemical Engineering

Nicolas was inspired to pursue chemical engineering by his high school Environmental Science teacher, who helped him realize how important chemical sciences are to modern society. He find myself fascinated by the complex web of chemical interactions between human industries, the environment, and our very bodies. Through chemistry, everything is united as one crazy complicated system.

Nicolas says, “Working at RWB has helped me realize that it is one hundred percent within my power to interact with this system, something that the engineers I work with get to do every day through their own expertise with MEP.”

Nicole SvetlovNicole Svetlov

School: University of Texas, Austin
Year in School: Junior
Major: Architectural Engineering

Nicole is an incoming transfer student, and a part of the class of 2024, at the University of Texas at Austin where she will be studying Architectural Engineering.

Going into university, Nicole aspired to become a Civil Engineer. That changed after she found out about ArchE. Working in two research labs, doing research on thermal comfort, and energy efficiency made her realize that a career in MEP would give her more intellectual fulfillment.  Placing in 1st place at the Utilities Challenge Competition at her school, cemented this feeling for her.

Additionally, Nicole believes that a healthy work-life balance is necessary to be successful and happy. Therefore, she highly values the time that she can spend reading, home decorating, and shopping.

Peter PhamPeter Pham

School: University of Missouri, Kansas City
Year in School: Senior
Major: Electrical & Computer Engineering

Inspired by his family, financial stability, construction design, electrical design and loves solving problems.

Hobbies include reading, chess, gym, fishing, and shopping.