Dan’s passion and continuous pursuit of operational excellence has positioned EMCOR Facilities Services (EFS) to be the premier supplier of interior, exterior, and trades services for a diverse range of commercial clients seeking value, quality, and energy efficiency.
His vision has led to expanding the delivery of facilities services, from supplier management and service centers to self-performance models. Working closely with each client, he has crafted and executed solutions that leverage EFS significant resources to achieve the clients’ specific needs of responsiveness, monitoring, data analytics, reporting, and cost savings.
Dan’s leadership talent was honed early during his deployment in Operation Desert Storm. In his subsequent tenure with industry leaders General Electric Motors, United Technologies, and Carrier Corporation, he led numerous critical continuous improvement and productivity initiatives that utilized and leveraged his extensive capabilities with "Work-Out," Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE), Kaizen, Value Stream Mapping, Total Quality Management, global sourcing, and outsourcing strategies.
In one key role, he spearheaded the transition of over $400M in spend to affect an international manufacturing relocation. Since joining EFS in 2006, utilized the tools and processes needed to affect substantial gains in customer satisfaction, productivity, and employee effectiveness.
Given his extensive experience with procurement and continuous improvement, he successfully refined and enhanced the value proposition of our supplier managed services offerings for key national accounts.
With oversight of EFS, Dan has successfully expanded and energized our facilities maintenance offerings while driving operations to ensure best practices, innovation, and resource optimization.
Dan holds an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a bachelor’s in Civil Management from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He has also participated in leadership development programs conducted by United Technologies at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business as well as several programs at General Electric’s highly regarded Crotonville, New York, campus.
The Personal Side
Dan and his wife, Laura, have been married since 1989 and currently reside outside of Philadelphia. They have two young sons. Dan enjoys coaching youth sports and playing golf.