Jeff Lendroth Joins Munger Construction As Sustainability Consultant
05/04/2011

Role Includes Competency Leader, Customer Advisor, Project Manager

Online PR News – 04-May-2011 – – Branford, CT; Pat Munger Construction Company, Inc. has added Jeff Lendroth to its staff as Sustainability Consultant.

Jeff Lendroth will help to bolster Munger's sustainable energy expertise so that PV solar, solar thermal, geothermal and energy efficiency upgrades become key members of Munger's family of sustainable construction solutions for both the design of new buildings and for retrofitting existing buildings.

"Jeff's role will be to guide customers to the right sustainable energy solution", said David DeMaio, Munger president." He will also oversee the design and installation of sustainable energy solutions for our customers. He will provide an essential resource for Munger and our customers as he will increase our core competency in this area."

"I am excited to have this opportunity to help Munger customers benefit from sustainable energy solutions and to help Munger differentiate itself from other commercial builders", stated Lendroth.

About Jeff Lendroth:

Jeff is a member of the Solar Electric Industries Association (SEIA) and is a certified member of the National American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). Jeff is working to become a State of Connecticut Licensed Photovoltaic-1 (PV-1) Installer. Jeff is also pursuing solar thermal and energy efficiency consulting accreditations, which are key aspects of providing sustainable construction and green building practices that will differentiate Munger Construction in this industry.

During a 31 year IBM career Jeff was responsible for leading technical, consulting and sales management teams. As Business Development Manager for the IBM Global Services Infrastructure Division he managed a diverse portfolio of clients and projects from Maine to Florida. His team built the State of Connecticut’s massive data center along the Connecticut River in East Hartford. He was also a field engineer for large water cooled computer systems. As software engineer he worked on the silicon crystal seed machines that create and “pull” the silicon crystals that are commonly seen as the “squares” that generate electric current in today’s solar collector panels.

About Pat Munger Construction Company, Inc.:

Since 1968, Munger has delivered a great experience for industrial and commercial customers in Connecticut. Customers benefit from cost effective, aesthetically pleasing, energy efficient, and environmentally sound buildings that facilitate a relationship among people, technology and space. As turnkey general contractor we work in cooperation with architects, designers and end users in order to integrate the optimal technology from leading suppliers into well-designed new buildings, additions, repairs and remodeling. Our value engineered solutions apply the best mix of pre-engineered steel, structural steel, wood and masonry with sustainable construction and “green” building practices. Munger professionals embrace and maintain LEED AP credentials and other important certifications and proficiencies. Client operations remain in full swing with minimal disruption from site planning and construction through certificate of occupancy. Proven by an array of successful projects, repeat customers, skilled and loyal people, Munger’s reputation as a quality builder shines brightly.