SALISBURY — Becker Morgan Group employees Emily E. McMullen, AIA, Ryan J. Musacchio, P.E., Joshua K. Bennett, P.E., and Christopher M. Daube, P.E., recently passed their professional exams and earned their licensures. All four individuals fulfilled the educational, experience, and examination requirements set forth by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying respectively.
Emily E. McMullen, AIA, has earned her licensure as a professional architect. McMullen graduated from Marywood University in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in architecture and has been with the firm for five years. Since joining the firm, she has developed a concentration in educational facilities, joining the Association for Learning Environments and playing an active role in projects including the new Caesar Rodney Elementary School in Camden, Del.
Ryan J. Musacchio, P.E., joined the firm in 2014 after earning his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Delaware. Musacchio is now one of eight licensed civil engineers on staff and is currently working on the Delaware Technical Community College Automotive Center of Excellence in Georgetown, Del., and the new Caesar Rodney Elementary School.
Before joining the firm in 2013, Joshua K. Bennett, P.E., graduated from Philadelphia University, earning a bachelor’s degree in engineering with a structural engineering concentration and an architectural engineering minor. Bennett recently earned his licensure as a professional engineer and has been involved in ongoing projects including the new Dover International Speedway Cup Garage and The Ross, a 14-story apartment building coming to downtown Salisbury.
Newly licensed professional engineer Christopher M. Daube, P.E., joined the firm in 2014 after graduating from the University of Delaware with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering with a structural engineering concentration. Daube is an active member of the ACE Mentor Program in Wicomico County, supporting the mission of introducing STEM careers to high school students. His recent projects include The Point at Bayside 38° in Selbyville, Del., and an addition to the Delaware Veterans Home in Milford, Del.
Becker Morgan Group provides architecture and engineering services with offices in Delaware, Maryland, and North Carolina. For more information, visit www.beckermorgan.com.