Paul McIntosh

Electrical Designer

Bio

“I enjoy working on a variety of project types and working with clients to provide a coordinated and effective electrical/lighting design.”

Paul has over four years of experience in electrical design. He joined TFWB shortly after obtaining his Bachelor in Electrical Engineering from the University of Portland & EIT.

Creating a space that is inspirational, functional and sustainable is incredibly important for him. His drive to understand the functional requirements of each project augments his ability to produce accurate and detailed plans and documents. Paul is responsible for electrical/lighting design and provides support through the construction phase.

Paul takes joy knowing his work can impact current and future generations. He currently volunteers with the Boy Scouts of America.

When Paul isn’t in the office, he enjoys hiking and reading.

Latest Blog

TFWB Engineers July 27, 2022

TFWB’s Summer Team Building Event

Last week, we all joined our Summer Team Building Event. We started with a hike at Rattlesnake Ledge Trail. We… Read More

Paul McIntosh June 23, 2022

Tiny Tots is certified as LEED Silver

We are proud to announce that the Tiny Tots Development Center project in Othello has been LEED Silver certified! This… Read More

Aprille Balangue June 16, 2022

Iconic Green Lake Branch of the Seattle Public Library is now out to bid!

Built in 1909, the 9,557-square-foot, two-story building is in need of a full set of seismic updates and other renovations…. Read More

Aprille Balangue May 26, 2022

Career Day at Snoqualmied Middle School

TFWB Principal Aprille Balangue took the 7th graders into the world of electrical engineering. She talked about the work that… Read More

TFWB Engineers May 18, 2022

Remembering Jim Travis

All of us at TFWB Engineers unite in honoring Jim Travis, Principal Emeritus, who passed away on February 21, 2022…. Read More

TFWB Engineers May 13, 2022

New Bellingham School District Office Building is now out to bid!

This $40 million project consists of a 53,000-square-foot building with administrative offices, an early childhood learning center, and meeting spaces… Read More

Aprille Balangue April 26, 2022

Fircrest Community Center Grand Opening

The community of Fircrest gathered with pride and excitement to celebrate the grand opening of its brand-new Community Center. On… Read More