There are a few different faces in our MEP group at DTC — we invite you to get familiar with the members of our mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection team, both new and old.

Steve Gendreau, PE, MEP Manager, Vice President, and DTC Principal, has over a decade of experience both personally designing and managing the design of building systems. His portfolio features an extensive range of educational, healthcare, commercial, and residential projects, including the development of complete contract documents for multiple $25 million construction projects. He is licensed as a professional engineer in 12 states across the country.

Jason Pintek, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Electrical Engineering Manager, has more then 25 years of experience with electrical engineering design, and has spent 11 of those years practicing at DTC. He has led the electrical design of local, state, and federal projects, as well as provided project management services including marketing, billing and job cost control reviews. Jason has prepared project proposals with descriptions of work and engineering fees, design documents, specifications, cost estimates for mechanical and electrical building systems, construction drawings, and has been involved in construction job meetings and on-site progress inspections.

Jim Stenqvist, CPD, LEED AP, Senior Fire Protection and Plumbing Project Manager, has overseen the production, supervision, and quality control of plumbing and fire protection systems as a project manager and engineer for more than a decade at DTC, and over 25 years in total. He has been responsible for all facets of plumbing and fire protection engineering including construction supervision, project management, owner contract negotiation, and coordination. His experience includes work with commercial, residential, government, manufacturing, industrial, educational, healthcare, and renovation projects.

Jesse Vose, PE, Mechanical Engineering Manager, is a professional engineer with nearly two decades of experience designing, analyzing, and specifying mechanical systems for healthcare, K-12 education, higher education, commercial, residential, and government projects, with an emphasis on complex projects. He is involved throughout the duration of projects, from the conceptual design and planning stages to completion of construction and commissioning.

Rich Cuttler, Senior Mechanical Designer, has more than three decades of experience in mechanical HVAC engineering, including 20 years of plumbing and fire protection Design. He has provided expertise and solutions for a wide range of facilities in markets including healthcare, commercial, industrial, religious, retail, municipal, and educational institutions. As Senior Mechanical Designer at DTC, his responsibilities include project design, specification writing, quality assurance/quality control and construction administration.