Wednesday, March 30, 2016
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Did you know that the David Lucile Packard Foundation is the largest net zero building ON THE PLANET? Through the use of various “green” technologies including Dadanco’s energy efficient Active Chilled Beams,solar panels, and a living roof, David Lucile Packard building has successfully achieved Net Zero Energy BuildingTM and LEED Platinum certifications.
Dadanco is proud that the use of our Active Chilled Beams contributed to the David Lucile Packard building becoming the largest net zero building!
Posted by DADANCO at 8:14 AM
Monday, January 25, 2016
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Thursday, October 23, 2014
Keep them coming!
Yes, it is indeed harvest time. In September we introduced you to Dan Larson, who, by the way, is doing a tremendous job-already a fantastic fit! He had to go through the ring of fire and came out unsinged!
But I digress… Now we are adding more fruit to the basket :). Please welcome Chris Clough-Segall, our new project manager!
(I know, it’s quite a mouthful of a name!)
Chris Clough-Segall graduated from UMass – Dartmouth in 2011 with a B.S. in Mathematics and from Springfield Technical Community College in 2009 with an A.S. in Chemistry. His previous work experience involved creating preliminary designs and providing technical support. Chris also worked for an environmental lab doing organic extractions.
In his spare time he enjoys going to the movies. If there isn’t a good movie playing at any given week, he’ll try to rent one that he hasn’t seen. Chris enjoys hiking and will throw a Frisbee around with friends when the weather is nice.
We are excited to have you with us, Chris!
Posted by DADANCO at 12:55 PM
Monday, September 29, 2014
Please welcome our newest addition to the Dadanco family!
Dan Larson graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 2010 with a major in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Engineering Management.
His previous work experience includes product design, 3D modeling and development of 2D prints, product testing, and machining/manufacturing. His role as a Product Design Engineer at Dadanco includes new product design and acting as a liaison with product manufacturing at Mestek.
We are very happy to have him on board. Happy endeavors, Dan!
Posted by DADANCO at 11:41 AM