For Christopher, it all started with looking up at the stars and thinking about becoming an astronaut. Learning that most astronauts require an engineering degree, he pursued one. Realizing later in college that getting into the NASA Space Program might be out of reach, Christopher decided to concentrate on consulting engineering. He happened to get an internship at an MEP engineering firm and never looked back. Like any good engineer, Christopher is a natural problem solver. He strives to utilize his experience and knowledge while collaborating with others to achieve a common goal.
He still gets the telescope out every once in a while to temporarily quench his outer space needs.
Outside of work
You can find Christopher playing a round of golf, spending time with his wife and four kids, doing projects around the house, or playing the bass guitar.