February 2024 Newsletter

Quarterly Newsletter

RWB wrapped up 2023, and we reflect on a year full of progress, challenges, and new opportunities! We look forward to what 2024 has entailed with our clients and partners and new challenges, and we pause to say “Thank you” for your business and the trust you place in our company as a business partner.

Project Updates
The City of Anna Celebrates the Groundbreaking on the Community Library & Plaza
The City of Anna Celebrates the Groundbreaking on the Community Library & Plaza

The City of Anna Celebrates the Groundbreaking on the Community Library & Plaza

On Saturday, January 27, Mayor Nate Pike, community members, and city officials gathered for a special groundbreaking ceremony. This ceremony marked the start of construction for the new state-of-the-art public library and community center located in the downtown plaza, right in the heart of the city. A vital feature of this new plaza will be this modern library that will serve as a hub for learning, interaction, and community growth. Moreover, it will be seamlessly linked to the municipal campus plaza. This connection will help to form a unified community center for the city, fostering a sense of unity and togetherness among the residents.

The library will include a multipurpose meeting and classroom space. The amenities outside the building are the community plaza and children’s play area with well-defined landscape and hardscape.


City of Anna
Project Advocates – Program Manager
Gessner – Civil | TNP – Landscape
BRW – Exterior | JQ – Structure
720 – Interior | RWB – MEP | NV5 – IT/AV

Happy Retirement Byron Knight

Nathan Hart is Speaking at TEMA Dallas March Meeting

Attend the upcoming TEMA Dallas Chapter meeting on March 7, 2024 to hear Principal Nathan Hart review current refrigerant types for air- and water-cooled chillers and where the industry is moving for replacement refrigerant per type of equipment.

Energy managers, maintenance staff, and facility managers will all benefit from this presentation and discussion on where the industry is going and what you need to plan for related to this coming change.

Welcome to the RWB Team

Welcome to RWB!

Eslim Chavez-Garcia | Electrical
Eslim Chavez-Garcia is a valuable member of our electrical team, having joined us in November 2023. He started his journey as a CAD technician and gradually moved towards electrical design. Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Eslim spent his early years there. He obtained an associate’s degree in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology from the prestigious Johnson County Community College. In 2021, Eslim decided to move to Dallas, which was a significant step forward in his personal and professional life.

2024 Spring Interns
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Spring 2024 Interns

We are excited to have our spring interns working with our MEP groups as they learn the ropes and gain professional experience in the industry. Senior Associate Kyle Sparwasser and Associate Corey Whitlock lead RWB’s Intern Program, which includes onboarding training and developing the interns’ knowledge of MEP designs.

Stephen Noby | Mechanical Intern (pictured left)
The University of Texas at Dallas
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

My decision to pursue a higher education in Mechanical Engineering is due to my passion for envisioning and building mechanical systems that aid in the adaptation of new technology. Outside of studies, I like to play the guitar.

Youssef El Saad | Electrical Intern (not pictured)
University of Texas at Arlington
Electrical Engineering

I was inspired to pursue electrical engineering by my dad and my brothers, who are engineers, too.

Issac Barnes (pictured right) is returning with RWB from the Fall internship program and says, “Interning here is an incredible experience thanks to the exceptional team RWB leadership has put together. Their dedication not only ensures the highest quality services to our clients but also makes the journey along the way immensely enjoyable.”