Scarborough becomes principal of CDC Inc.
Charles Clift, president of Curtain Wall Design & Consulting (CDC) Inc., announced the appointment of Marty Scarborough as the newest principal at the company. Scarborough has been a part of the company since 1982, joining when he was just 17 years old...
DALLAS, TX, Oct. 24, 2005 -- Charles Clift, president of Curtain Wall Design & Consulting (CDC) Inc., announced the appointment of Marty Scarborough as the newest principal at the company. Scarborough has been a part of the company since 1982, joining when he was just 17 years old.
He has advanced through the ranks of CDC Inc., starting as a draftsman, and after obtaining his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington, he worked in the Structural Engineering Department for several years. He later became a project manager in the drafting department, and achieved Associate level in 1997. His appointment as principal was officially announced on Sept. 1.
Scarborough now heads the Curtain Wall division of the company. He is also an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineering as well as the Glass Association of North America, and throughout the years has contributed in several seminars, publications and conferences.
Curtain Wall Design & Consulting Inc. (www.cdc-usa.com) is an employee-owned and -operated corporation founded in 1973. It provides design services for state-of-the-art curtain wall systems. It's an independent leader in the design and engineering of aluminum and glass curtain walls, stone veneer systems, architectural pre-cast concrete, EIFS systems, brick and masonry veneer, all-glass wall systems, skylights, aluminum panels and free-standing sculptures. It provides design, engineering and consulting services to architects, developers, contractors, sub-contractors and manufacturers. And with over 115 employees, it has locations in Dallas, Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Baltimore, Phoenix, New England, Florida, Virginia, Ohio, Mississippi, Canada, Mexico, Philippines and Taiwan.