Martin Mechanical Design, Inc. announces partnership – Grand Forks Herald
Martin Mechanical Design partnered Chad Hansen, Matthew Krueger, Josh Lunski and Cody Bartholomew. For 21 years, Martin Mechanical Design has provided mechanical engineering services across the United States. Advancing these people as partners further expands Martin Mechanical Design’s capabilities and invests in the continued success of our business.
Chad Hansen, originally from Maynard, MN, is a Project Manager and Senior Mechanical Designer. Hansen worked at Martin Mechanical Design for 18 years with commercial, institutional and industrial projects. Hansen has focused on education projects across the region and is currently involved with the Moorhead Senior High Project in Moorhead, MN. He currently lives in Moorhead with his wife and five children.
Matthew Krueger is a Registered Professional Engineer from Willmar, MN and holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from North Dakota State University. During his 6 years at MMD, he worked on a wide variety of projects including commercial, financial and residential projects. He is currently working on the NDSU indoor training facility as well as other multi-family projects throughout the region. He currently lives in Fargo with his wife and two children.
Josh Lunski and Cody Bartholomew lead the efforts of the Grand Forks office and are from Grand Forks, North Dakota. Lunski holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of North Dakota and has worked for MMD for 10 years. He is currently working on sports facilities throughout the region and was also involved in business, finance and senior housing projects during his time at MMD. Lunski and her fiancÃ© have a child and live in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Cody Bartholomew holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of North Dakota and has worked for MMD for 10 years. Bartholomew is currently focused on hospitality and multiple family housing projects across the country. During his tenure at MMD, he was involved in commercial, institutional, educational and sports facilities. He and his wife have two children and live in Grand Forks, North Dakota.