RMF Engineering Inc., a Baltimore-based firm working in the infrastructure and energy sectors, today said it plans to expand its York County office and add as many as four positions, which will double the office staff.
There is growing work in the infrastructure, energy audits, power plant design and general energy-assessment fields for engineering firms, said Brian Wodka, RMF’s project manager who leads the infrastructure group.
“We noticed a demand in the region and an opportunity to step in and help out,” he said.
Wodka will be moving to RMF’s York Township office soon to increase the infrastructure services there.
RMF is working with York College, YTI Career Institute and the York County School of Technology to add as many as two technician staff this year, Wodka said. The company could add two more engineers within a year.
“There’s a good sense of community in the York area and hopefully we can reach out and bring the schools in to what we’re doing,” Wodka said.