Meet Victoria Sherrock

My main role here at MSD is an Accountant in the Finance Department. I have been in this role for almost 8 years. Since RSM recently merged with MSD, my role has been changing some, but I love the different things that are thrown at me to learn and develop my skills in the department.

My husband, James, and I just had a baby boy in October 2020 (James V) so our lives these days revolve around getting to know this little man and enjoying the new things he does every day. We cannot wait for summer to be able to enjoy the outside with him.

If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be?

These days, I would take a “me” day and relax. Maybe get a massage or some much-needed sleep.

What two radio stations do you listen to in the car the most?

Sirius XM – the Highway OR Today’s Country on apple music.

What is your favorite family vacation?

Our honeymoon in Saint Lucia! It was so beautiful and so much fun; I would go back ASAP.

What is your favorite game or sport to watch and play?

 Watching football with my boys/family. (Bengals or Bills)

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

I would go South, to Tennessee or somewhere near the mountains.

What is your proudest accomplishment?

Becoming a mother to my sweet baby boy.








WPAFB Sensors Lab

Wright-Patt Air Force Base sought contractors to renovate and add onto the Sensors Lab. The HVAC portion of the project was over $13 million.

  • MSD served as the Design Assist Contractor in conjunction with Heapy Engineering for this project. In collaborating with General Contractor, Butt Construction, MSD provided Design Assist solutions for the following:
    • A large, anechoic chamber
    • An outdoor range
    • Multiple, Class-100 clean rooms
    • A three-story office building addition with DCID 6-9 requirements on many of the rooms

WPAFB Chilled Water System

The chilled water system at a high-security building on the Air Force Base was undersized and unable to keep up with demand. The facility could not operate without chilled water due to the amount of information servers in the building, and the general nature of the building itself. The entire upgrade project would need to be completed with minimal shut down time at the building. HVAC portion of this project was over $3 million.

  • MSD worked in collaboration with Diaz Construction to complete the system upgrades on time and on budget with minimal shutdowns or disruption to the facility operations.

LJB, Inc.

LJB, Inc. was renovating their Miamisburg, OH office and wanted to incorporate energy-saving upgrades.

  • MSD provided Design Build services in tandem with Greensleeves Energy Solutions, a specialist in geothermal systems.
  • MSD and Greensleeves installed a new geothermal HVAC system with open and closed loops. In addition, MSD design and installed the plumbing portion of the renovation.