Elliott-Lewis volunteers presented a check to Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia at the charity’s recent telethon and manned the phone banks during the televised event.
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Albert “Mitch” D’Amico has been named a Vice President, Facilities Services at Elliott-Lewis Corporation. D’Amico will be responsible for the operation of the Company’s approximately $85- million-a- year facilities services division.
D’Amico joined Elliott-Lewis in 2007 as director of labor services at The Pennsylvania Convention Center. He was named director of facilities services in 2009. He earned an MBA from Villanova University in 2005, and is an Association of Energy Engineers Certified Business Energy Professional and a LEED Green Associate.
LaSalle Basketball made it to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1992
A coincidence that Elliott-Lewis was their lucky sponsor this year???
Elliott-Lewis is proud to sponsor LaSalle Basketball.
Elliott-Lewis technicians are now factory trained on Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems manufactured by Daikin and Mitsubishi. The ductless VRF systems have been around for nearly 30 years, but have only been used in the U.S. in the last decade. Invented in Japan, VRF systems are quite popular in Asia, Europe and South America. They offer a great alternative to traditional systems for upgrades and new construction because of their cost effectiveness and energy efficiency. The ductless feature makes a VRF system particularly well suited for multifamily buildings or other applications where low ceiling height may exist and disruption of tenants, students, or office occupants is critical.
To learn more about how a VRF may work for your facility, contact Gene Zak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elliott-Lewis manages the facilities at Philadelphia International Airport, making sure all systems are go for even the most important visitorsFriday, November 30th, 2012
Benchmarking energy and water use is now a requirement for any non-residential building 50,000 SF or over in the city of Philadelphia. In June, City Council passed a new bill designed to make energy consumption of commercial properties more transparent setting a May 2013 deadline for reporting a full year’s consumption. Partnering with Practical Energy Solution, Elliott-Lewis is holding a free breakfast seminar for its clients to show them how this new legislation will affect them and show them the easiest, most economical ways to comply. For more information or to reserve your spot for this October 9, 2012 event, contact email@example.com
The hours of safety training that each Elliott-Lewis technician receives may feel burdensom at times. But Jon Rogers is a case in point that that training pays off.
Jon was working on the site of a new Elliott-Lewis client for the first time. Before opening a cabinet on a unit, he donned all the fire retardant protection in the arc flash kit he was issued by the Company. He had no idea at the time that there was a fuse holder right behind the access panel. As he slid the access panel down after lifting it from its securing slot, the panel caught the fuse holder and made contact with the fuse connector. The energized door exploded off the unit right in front of him. Sparks flew, but he did not see a fire. The arc shield was tinted , which protected his eyes and also included earplugs, which Jon appreciated as he reported the sound was deafening. Most importantly, the electrically-rated gloves protected him from being electrocuted by the energized panel door.
What could have been a very sad story, turned out to be a testament to the fact that Elliott-Lewis’ highly trained staff understand that safety is an important part of their job.
Jon has been with Elliott-Lewis for nearly 10 years. He and his wife live in Newark, Delaware.
Tom Steiner has been named Director of Design-Build Mechanical Services at Elliott-Lewis. Tom joined Elliott-Lewis in 1991 and was most recently a steamfitter superintendent. He succeeds Marc Lichtenfield, who retired as Director of Mechanical Services after nearly 30-years with the Company.
Elliott-Lewis Corporation has been selected as an advisor to the Vocational Program at Edison High School by the School District of Philadelphia. “College degrees can cost easily cost more than $100,000 today,” said Fran McDonald, Elliott-Lewis’ director of marketing and point person for the advisory program. “Sadly, when students graduate, they can face low job prospects and a lot of debt. Conversely, a student with solid basic HVAC or plumbing skills can look forward to solid starting pay and the potential to earn more than $100,000 a year once he or she has become truly proficient. Plus skilled mechanics have an opportunity to start their own business and be their own bosses someday.”
Elliott-Lewis will assist the School District in refining its programs to make sure the curriculum covers the required information plus keeps pace with the latest innovations in their industry.
John Gerngross (left) and Mike Palilonis, formerly of Gerngross Corporation of Philadelphia, have joined Elliott-Lewis Corporation as sales engineers. “We are excited about becoming part of the Elliott-Lewis team,” said Gerngross. “We are confident our long-term clients will benefit from the range of services and level of expertise that Elliott-Lewis provides.”
According to Bill Sautter, president of Elliott-Lewis, “John and Mike are consummate professionals who will enhance the efforts of our Company. We are happy to welcome them to the Elliott-Lewis family.”