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Axiom Engineers joins ColeBreit Engineering

ColeBreit Engineering is excited to announce its recent acquisition of and merger with Axiom Engineers. The alliance of these two highly compatible and family-tied firms is rooted in succession and success – the succession of Ray Cole, former President and CEO of Axiom Engineers, who has led the firm for over 40 years, to his daughter, Laura Breit, President and CEO of ColeBreit Engineering, who began her own mechanical/electrical practice almost 10 years ago and will lead the combined firm into its next chapter of exceeding client expectations.

 

With this merger, ColeBreit has:

  • Over 50 mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, lighting, energy, and commissioning professionals

  • Five west coast offices: Bend, Corvallis/Eugene, Monterey, Napa, and Santa Cruz

  • Expertise in nearly every market sector: civic, educational, commercial, healthcare, residential, hospitality, industrial, high-tech, and agricultural

  • Second largest, certified women-owned MEP engineering and design firm in the Pacific Northwest

ColeBreit Opens Medford Office

ColeBreit Engineering is excited to announce the opening of a new office in Medford, Oregon. With over 50 mechanical and electrical professionals residing in Oregon, Washington, and California, ColeBreit can now better support our Rogue Valley and Southern Oregon clients. The new office is located at 122 E Main Street in downtown Medford.

Michael Leavitt, PE, Director of Plumbing and Fire Protection, leads the Medford office and Southern Oregon region. Michael has worked on a variety of projects spanning nearly every market sector, including education, civic, healthcare, multi-family, commercial, and industrial. As a professional mechanical engineer (PE), he has a passion for problem solving that he leverages into finding creative solutions to address clients’ needs. From small nonprofit charity work to large commercial projects, Michael is up for the challenge.