WATERTOWN, MASS. (Feb. 8, 2018) — GreenerU, Inc., is pleased to announce the addition of Tim Dixon as construction manager as part of its energy-engineering and operations team.
Dixon joined GreenerU in January 2018 with more than seven years in project and operations management for building, civil, and clean energy construction firms. He previously worked with GreenerU on energy-efficiency upgrades to Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Gateway Park complex.
Following his graduation from Roger Williams University with a degree in construction management and a minor in business, Dixon joined general contracting firm TRAC Builders Inc., in Johnston, Rhode Island, as an assistant project manager. Following that, Dixon was a junior estimator for heavy civil and demolition projects for S&R Corporation in Lowell, Mass., for two years. He spent more than four years as a project and operation manager for combined heat and power (CHP) projects with Tecogen, developing the company’s turnkey CHP installation and engineered accessory division.
“Tim impressed us immediately with his intelligence, professionalism, and collaborative approach to problem-solving,” said David Adamian, president and CEO of GreenerU. “We are excited that he’s on board and look forward to the strengths he adds to our team.”
Dixon will be working with GreenerU’s energy-efficiency engineering team on the development and implementation of energy-efficient mechanical-electrical-plumbing (MEP) systems for a new arts center at Brooks School in North Andover, Mass.
Founded in 2009, GreenerU believes colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to lead the world in mitigating climate change and accelerating sustainability. Our mission is to help them.
GreenerU, Inc. collaborates with educational institutions to engineer sustainable solutions to energy and engagement challenges. We leverage strategic planning and project management of energy efficiency projects to realize cost savings, achieve energy reduction goals, and address deferred maintenance. Our unique approach integrates building system improvements with behavioral programs, leverages a team of leading professionals, and customizes services for each campus. This model enables our clients to maximize the value of infrastructure improvements while meeting their campus-wide sustainability goals.