TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc. New Shareholders

The Board of Directors of TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc. has recognized five new shareholders for their positive impact, commitment and meaningful contribution to TLC projects, clients and fellow team members. The new shareholders include:

Christopher F. Bond, PE, a 2009 electrical engineering graduate of the University of Central Florida, Chris joined TLC as an intern in 2006. Chris recently worked in the firm’s Philadelphia office while extensively involved in the new $400 million Adventist Healthcare White Oak Medical Center and associated Central Energy Plant in Silver Spring, Maryland. Chris has rejoined the Orlando-based Healthcare operating unit.

Aniel Fernandez, PE, LEED AP is a project manager in TLC’s South Florida Operations Deerfield Beach office. Aniel joined TLC in 2013, bringing extensive industry experience. A mechanical engineering graduate of the University of Havana in 1994, Aniel has recently been involved in multiple projects for Torburn Partners in Plantation, Florida, including Plantation Pointe and associated parking garage, as well as an 11-story office building and parking garage at 1710 University Drive that is beginning construction.

Eric McEwen, CxA, EMP provides commissioning services for TLC Orlando and recently commissioned the KPMG Lakehouse in Lake Nona. Earning his Associate degree from Florida State College in Jacksonville in 2008, Erick joined TLC as an intern in 2007. He has commissioned multiple projects for the University of Central Florida as well as American Campus Communities, which includes Flamingo Crossing, housing for Disney interns.

Derick Thompson, PE is the Director of TLC’s Orlando-based structural engineering team. He joined TLC in 2020 with more than 15 years of industry experience. The team he leads is currently working with numerous architects in the design of various hospitality, industrial, education, commercial and healthcare projects. A native of Oklahoma, Derick earned his BS and MS from the University of Oklahoma in 2005 and 2006.

Roberto Antonio Torres Torres joined TLC’s Healthcare Operations team in 2014 and is based in the firm’s Deerfield Beach office. He is a 2005 graduate of the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez and the University of Florida in 2006 with a MS in Mechanical Engineering. Major healthcare projects he has engineered include the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Expansion, Jackson North Medical Center, and Fisherman’s Community Hospital Replacement, as well as multiple projects for Memorial Healthcare System, Boca Raton Regional Hospital, Baptist Health South Florida, and Broward Health, all in south Florida.

About TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc. - TLC is an award-winning, national Top 25 consulting engineering firm serving healthcare, education, transportation, government and commercial markets domestically and internationally, providing exceptional MEP, Technology, Structural Engineering, Energy and Sustainability Consulting and Building Commissioning and ancillary services. Founded in Orlando, Florida in 1955, the firm has 14 locations. for more information.

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Giant Food adds fast-casual restaurant to store

Giant Food has paired with area restaurant chain Nalley Fresh to open its first fast-casual eatery in Giant’s Ellicott City, Maryland store. Nalley Fresh will offer bowls, salads and wraps at the location starting today and will fill third-party delivery orders via UberEats and DoorDash.

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