Photos of two business women MELBOURNE, FLA. April 26, 2023 – The Board of Directors for BRPH, a nationally ranked architecture, engineering and construction firm headquartered in Melbourne, Fla., announced today the promotion of Marti Watts to senior vice president and Margaret Brock to vice president.

Watts currently serves as vice president, principal and business unit leader for BRPH’s manufacturing and industrial sector, overseeing the firm’s extensive aviation, industrial and automotive projects. She develops opportunities for the company within this rapidly evolving market, interfacing with new and existing clients, and expanding BRPH’s presence in the United States and abroad. An industry leader with nearly 30 years of experience, Watts has established a successful track record of leadership in project and program management, business development, facility design and planning, and construction administration. She is LEED AP and project management professional (PMP) certified. Watts has been with the firm for 10 years.

Brock currently serves as a firm principal and business unit leader for BRPH’s hospitality market, overseeing the firm’s growing list of hotels, resorts, vacation clubs and other experiential environments in the worldwide leisure market. Her extensive relationships with leisure brands and development partners offer a significant network with whom to facilitate and implement projects, resulting in the steady growth of BRPH’s reputation as a trusted advisor and leader in the hospitality and design arena. Brock’s 30+ years of experience in hospitality and related design industries have cultivated her strength in building cross-collaborative teams across disciplines, enabling the hospitality team to create and maintain the highest standards for design and to deliver on BRPH’s full-service brand promise. Brock has been with the firm for five years.

“BRPH’s manufacturing/industrial and hospitality units have grown tremendously in recent years, and both Marti and Margaret have provided outstanding leadership and business acumen to enable that growth,” said Brian Curtin, CEO and chairman of the board for BRPH. “Both are both well respected by our clients and are widely regarded as experts in their respective fields. We look forward to seeing continued innovation and success from these two dynamic leaders.”

ABOUT BRPH – BRPH is a technically focused, creative AEC firm dedicated to solving clients’ most challenging problems through architecture, engineering, design, interior design, construction and mission solutions. The firm partners with mission-driven clients in the aerospace, defense, manufacturing, commercial, education, entertainment and hospitality markets to identify gaps in their program delivery, then plans, designs, manages and constructs facilities and solutions that get the job done – beautifully and intelligently. Founded in 1964 to support America’s space program, BRPH is consistently ranked among the nation’s top firms and has completed a wide range of projects across the United States and throughout the world. Headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, BRPH operates regional offices in Orlando; South Florida; Atlanta; Charleston, South Carolina; Huntsville, Alabama; Seattle; Phoenix; and Palmdale, California. For more information, visit