Vice President, Engineering
David oversees complex, fast-track, and large-scale projects. He is responsible for all aspects of electrical projects, from initial engineering and design to the coordination of multiple trade segments of labor on a project.
David utilizes AutoCAD MEP to draw conduits and other systems, and also details sketches in both plan and section views to help ensure that installations are executed flawlessly and according to client and project requirements. He routinely designs routing systems and strategizes the optimal way to lay out and install highly complex electrical wiring and data conduit systems. As engineering touches all components of a project, David’s skills, experience, and responsibilities are wide-reaching.
David has over 20 years of experience in the electrical industry and has worked on a wide variety of projects in a range of industries. Notably, he has worked on multiple major data centers, featuring highly complex work, such as complete detailing of feeders for various systems, as well as engineer leadership to ensure over 100 duct banks were precisely installed in poured concrete walls.
David is a licensed electrical contractor in the state of New Jersey and committed to keeping pace with the latest instruction, training, and technologies. He has attended seminars on job productivity and assurance control, completed AutoCAD MEP coursework, and gone through the National Electrical Contractor Association’s (NECA) estimating courses. Additionally, David is trained in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E Arc Flash protection, lockout/ tagout, and confined space safety. He is a member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 102.
David and his wife have two children. In his spare time, David is the Commander of the Sons of the American Legion and a Cub Scouts Den Leader.