“Never say no to a challenge,” Matt Roblez said, while describing his approach to his life and work during a recent interview.
SALT LAKE CITY (PRWEB) June 12, 2018
How many engineering firms can boast both a 35-year track record for excellence and innovation in the community, and a team that includes a “resident bad guy” notorious in the world of extreme wrestling?
McNeil Engineering's own Matt Roblez is the subject of a recent feature article that highlights his unique style and accomplishments.
You might say that McNeil Engineering’s Matt Roblez, S.E., SECB, is living a double life. By day, he’s a leading civil and structural engineer working alongside his team to provide comprehensive design services to the private and public sectors. But Roblez also has an alter ego, M.K. Bandit, and is one of the more notorious owners of Destiny Wrestling Organization.
What drives Roblez to succeed in all arenas? In the article, Roblez shares his unique perspective. His blend of no-nonsense determination, passion, and drive for excellence have all contributed to his success. Indeed, Roblez has built his reputation with his groundbreaking personality and hard work.
“Don’t offer me excuses, offer me solutions,” reads the sign hanging on Matt Roblez’s office wall at McNeil Group, Inc.
Roblez’s recent professional accomplishments include being named three-time president of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Utah Section and Named 2017 Engineer of the Year by the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Utah Section.
But he’s also known for talking smack behind the scenes at the Destiny Wrestling Organization, sometimes climbing into a barbed-wire cage to pull his extreme wrestler out of a headlock -- and loving every minute of it.
Roblez and the McNeil Engineering team are the organization behind forward thinking local projects, such as "Food Alley" in South Salt Lake City; provided concrete panels incorporated in the award-winning SLC public library design and construction; and are part of the team working on the massive renovation at the Salt Lake City airport to get it ready for the future.
To schedule an interview, email Matt Roblez at matt(at)mcneileng(dot)com. Roblez can also be reached by phone at (801) 631-7009 ext.
About McNeil Engineering
For 35 years, McNeil Engineering has provided comprehensive design services including civil engineering, structural engineering, land surveying, high-definition scanning (HDS), landscape architecture and consulting services to the private and public sectors. The company is committed to delivering timely, responsive and economical design solutions to each and every one of their clients. For McNeil Engineering, project deadlines are an absolute, not a goal. For more information visit https://mcneilengineering.com/contact/mcneil-engineering/