Mark helps clients analyze, evaluate, design, and implement energy management and other HVAC systems and retrofit solutions engineered for optimum performance and long-range value. After gaining an understanding of each customer’s wants and needs, he identifies options and recommends innovative ways to improve energy efficiency and increase energy savings.
His role as an account manager is to support the service and construction teams through his extensive knowledge of air side systems and components. He also supports our commercial heating and cooling service technicians with estimating for replacements and repairs found during routine service calls.
Mark works extensively with many of our customers in the design and installation of commercial energy systems, and often is able to find a more cost-effective method of solving issues related to air handling and distribution. While he is heavily involved in air side systems, Mark also possesses extensive knowledge of refrigeration, hydronic, and fire protection systems.
After completion of an associate degree in fire protection technology from Monroe Community College, Mark worked for four years at the University of Rochester in the Environmental Health and Safety office as a fire inspector. As part of this work, Mark oversaw many construction jobs, ensuring that all health and safety codes were adhered to during design and construction.
After serving a four-year apprenticeship as a sheet metal worker, Mark continued his education through additional courses of study, including indoor air quality, testing and balancing, refrigeration fundamentals, and hydronics. After working in the field as an installation tech, he took over the position of sheet metal superintendent in 1999 and served in that capacity up until June 2009, when he moved into the account manager position.
Mark enjoys hunting and fishing and has been a volunteer fire fighter for 41 years.