Syska Hennessy hires Mike Rosenberg
Mike Rosenberg has been hired to lead Syska's regional commissioning practice from the Chicago office.
Syska Hennessy Group Inc. has announced veteran industry thought leader Mike Rosenberg has joined the company’s Chicago office to lead their regional commissioning practice. The commissioning practice for the Syska Hennessy Chicago location was traditionally a blend of individual services from various locations, but the company has now organized the practice to become a centralized core offering at the Chicago office under Mr. Rosenberg’s direction.
Rosenberg has more than 30 years of experience in design, installation, startup, operation, testing, and troubleshooting of major building systems. He has served with a number of prominent engineering and commissioning companies throughout the Midwest prior to joining Syska Hennessy. Recognized for his proactive approach with clients, he has worked almost exclusively on commissioning building systems for the past 22 years, including developing commissioning specifications, managing resources and teams, construction observation, implementing and witnessing functional testing of building systems and troubleshooting.
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