Donnelly Mechanical Corporation announced that the firm has recently re-organized and merged its Sustainability Energy Services platform into the company’s core HVAC Service and Construction sectors.
Donnelly anticipates growing demand for integrated approaches to energy efficiency and carbon reduction measures.
To meet that demand, the firm has established new strategic relationships with several engineering, energy efficiency and lighting providers to ensure best practices are continuously offered to Donnelly’s clients.
Dan Donnelly, chief executive officer (CEM, LEED AP, CIEC) will continue his focus on large chiller, central plant upgrades and base building energy initiatives.
Tom Krol, vice president (LEED AP, Licensed Refrigeration Engineer) will continue promoting Donnelly’s construction, service, special projects and high efficiency equipment replacement platforms through a newly defined business development role.
Ray Walsh, energy engineer (MS Electrical Engineering, CEM, Certified Measurement and Verification Professional, LEED GA) will continue working with Donnelly’s construction, service, special projects and high efficiency equipment replacement platforms, providing engineering support, life cycle cost analysis, energy surveys and energy audits.