HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Atwell, LLC is pleased to welcome Ken Jamal Malik to its team as Team Leader. Based in Atwell’s Houston office, Ken will be responsible for leading and providing technical guidance to a team of engineers, reviewing scope documents, preparing proposals and estimates, performing quality control reviews of design packages and coordinating design efforts with clients through project completion.
Malik brings more than 12 years of experience in providing electrical engineering and project management in the power delivery and renewable energy space. He specializes in electrical substation design & engineering, relay protection, and control & PV/battery storage. His previous experience includes working with utilities, designing relay and SCADA schemes for 69kV to 500kV substations, and most recently as a senior project engineer, providing technical oversight and coordination for multiple-disciplinary engineering associated with the design of renewables projects.
Malik is an accomplished leader with extensive experience in power engineering, generation, transmission and distribution engineering. He graduated from Louisiana State University with his Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Engineering, is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and a registered professional engineer in eight states.
“Ken’s experience in the power utility space and renewable energy industry will be put good use for our clients and staff,” said Atwell Vice President Matt Bissett. “His ability to manage multi-disciplined teams as well as his ability to mentor staff, make him an excellent addition to our team.”
Atwell, LLC is a national consulting, engineering, and construction services firm with technical professionals located across the country. Creating innovative solutions for clients in industries such as real estate and land development, power and energy, and oil and gas, Atwell provides comprehensive turnkey services including land and right-of-way support, planning, landscape architecture, engineering, land surveying, environmental compliance and permitting, and project and program management.
Timothy Augustine, Senior Vice President