The organization provides the highest quality educational resources and programs in support of our goal of cultivating the exceptional levels of managerial and technical expertise that our clients expect.
Douglaston, NY (PRWEB) November 17, 2014
Leading New York metro-area mechanical construction, service and energy services firm Trystate Mechanical is pleased to announce that project manager Erik Benedetti has completed training at the Mechanical Contractors Association of America’s (MCAA) Institute for Project Management in Austin, TX.
A licensed Project Management Professional, Benedetti has served as project manager for Trystate since 2011, running all aspects of projects from the financials and scheduling to ordering equipment, handling subcontracts, and managing workforce in the field. He previously served as a project manager for Carrier Corporation. Benedetti holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the U.S. Air Force Academy and a master’s in mechanical engineering from George Washington University.
“Trystate and its parent company PPL are very supportive and appreciative of the MCAA,” said Michael Liberta, president of Trystate Mechanical. “The organization provides the highest quality educational resources and programs in support of our goal of cultivating the exceptional levels of managerial and technical expertise that our clients expect,” he said.
The Project Management Institute training provides managers with more than 80 hours of instruction and out-of-class learning activities in the area of project management. Portions of the curriculum that benefit Trystate’s clients include:
- Job cost control
- Safety management
- Best practices in project planning
- Prefabrication management
About Trystate Mechanical
Part of the PPL family of companies, Trystate Mechanical is a premier full-service HVAC contractor providing installation and maintenance of air conditioning and heating systems throughout the New York metro market. We’re proud to be a leader in the design and installation of green energy technology such as fuel cells. And as a subsidiary of a large energy company, we’re able to leverage a range of sustainable energy solutions for clients including hospitals, universities, and cultural institutions. Founded in 1976, Trystate became a wholly owned subsidiary of PPL Corporation in 2002 and is part of PPL's fleet of mechanical contractors located throughout the Northeastern US. For more information, visit http://www.TrystateMech.com.