Robison Engineering recently announced the formation of Emerald City Engineers, a full service mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design firm specializing in hotels and multi-unit residential facilities. Previously the Hospitality and Multi-Family Division of Robison Engineering, Emerald City Engineers will focus on design and consulting services for hospitality, multi-family and senior housing. Robison Engineering will continue to focus on restaurant, fast food, bank, general retail (tenant improvement) design, and remodel work.

"This transition has been in the works for some time, and we are excited and confident of the road ahead,” said John Toman, president of the new firm and head of the mechanical division.

"Our mission is to provide high quality professional engineering services while delivering a product that meets theexpectation, schedules, and cost objectives of our clients,” said Adam French, VP and head of the electrical division of Emerald City Engineers. “Ourapproach is to reinforce collaboration among trades, bring apositive team-oriented attitude, and most important, achieve the goals of our clients.”

"John and Adam have been running the hospitality division independently for the past few years, so it seemed like a naturalprogression for them to continue on as an independent company," said Mark Robison, president, Robison Engineering. "I trust they will continue to take good care of all our friends in the business, and wish them great success."

Emerald City Engineers will be moving into its new offices in Mountlake Terrace, Wash., on May 6.