EnergyPrint Appoints Brad Bolino to Board of Directors

Brad Bolino joins EnergyPrint Board of DirectorsEnergyPrint is pleased to welcome Brad Bolino as the newest member to its Board of Directors.

Brad is a 35-year veteran of the mechanical services industry, and served in an executive capacity for 16 years at one of the largest mechanical firms in the nation, as well as spending a significant part of his career working in the energy services space.

“We are very excited to have Brad join our Board of Directors and look forward to his contributions,” said EnergyPrint CEO Priscilla Koeckeritz. “Drawing on his years of leadership experience in mechanical contracting and energy services, Brad will provide fresh and invaluable insight to our sales and services strategy as we continue to accelerate the growth of our business.”

Brad was the founding executive and sixteen-year president of the Mechanical Services Division of The Kirlin Group—one of the nation’s leading privately held construction companies. He retired after a thirty-five-year career in the mechanical contracting and building service industry, and is currently an active investor in five early stage companies, in addition to being an avid real estate investor.

Additionally, Brad is the past president of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Metro Washington, and served as a board member and chairman of the Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA). He was also a founding board member of the Independent Contractors Exchange Group (ICE). Many EnergyPrint clients are active members of one or both of these growing industry peer groups. Brad has served on multiple boards, and provided executive consulting services to companies across the U.S.

With the appointment of Brad Bolino, EnergyPrint’s board consists of five members, including: Jerry Larson, founder and chairman; Priscilla Koeckeritz, founder and CEO; Dave Drew, director; Jim Schultz, director. Learn more about EnergyPrint’s Board of Directors.

 

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