SOUTHFIELD, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Consulting, engineering and construction services firm Atwell, LLC is pleased to announce Mark Prawl, PE, has joined the firm as Senior Project Engineer, Power & Energy. Based in Denver, Colorado, his responsibilities include Protection & Control (P&C) design packages and associated engineering studies for high voltage substation projects for the national firm.
Prawl has extensive experience in the design, construction, operation and estimating of high voltage substation projects and a variety of power plant projects, including fossil, nuclear, geothermal and solar CSP. He is also experienced as both an electrical and I&C project lead engineer with experience in power plant and substation/switchyard design.
Prior to joining, Prawl’s recent project experience included completion of HV equipment upgrades at several existing substations for a large northeast utility (115kV, 230kV, 345kV and 750kV). The typical project also included station service distribution system upgrades (medium and low voltage distribution). He also recently supported a Department of Energy contract (Nevada Nuclear Security Site), including performance of a health analysis study of the site power distribution system (480V through 138kV).
“Prawl’s design skills and experience in a variety of power plant types, including, fossil, nuclear, geothermal and solar plants are a great addition to our team,” said Atwell Director, Power & Energy, Ryan Anderson. “He brings the industry knowledge, expertise, and responsiveness necessary to meet our clients’ needs and help expand our growing Power & Energy market.”
Atwell, LLC is a national consulting, engineering and construction services firm with over five hundred professionals across the country that deliver a broad range of strategic and creative solutions to clients in a variety of industries including real estate and land development, power and energy, and oil and gas. They provide comprehensive turnkey services including land and ROW support, planning, landscape architecture, engineering, land surveying, environmental science, and project and construction management.