Morrison-Maierle hires new executives on Corporate Leadership Team
Morrison-Maierle is pleased to announce two staff changes on its Corporate Leadership Team. Kurt Keith has been promoted as the company’s Chief Client Services Officer and Brett Etzel has been hired as its new Director of Information Technology.
As a longtime employee-owner, Keith began working at Morrison-Maierle as a structural engineer in 1993. He has held progressively responsible positions in the company, most recently as the Buildings Market Group Leader, a position he has held since 2001. He was made a vice president in 2008 and served on the Board of Directors from 2008-2012. He will continue to serve as the Buildings Market Group Leader while a transition plan is implemented.
Keith received his B.S. in engineering science from Montana Tech and M.S. in civil/structural engineering from Purdue University. He specializes in the management of public and private building design.
Brett Etzel has been hired as Morrison-Maierle’s new Director of Information Technology. A native of eastern Montana, Etzel and his family will be moving back to Montana from the Seattle area.
He has spent a majority of his career in progressively responsible IT positions with engineering consulting companies, including Land and Water Consulting, PBS&J Corporation and Atkins Global. He has a B.A. from the University of Montana and earlier diplomas from the Denver Institute of Technology and the Naval Air Technical Training Center. Brett is a Microsoft-Certified IT Professional.