Ardash Megeurdichian joins DTCTeam DTC
DTC announces that Plumbing and Fire Protection Engineer, Ardash Megeurdichian, CIPE has joined DTC in its Sarasota office.
Ardash has more than 30 years of design experience in the mechanical and fire protection consulting industry with extensive experience with institutional, commercial, hospitality, healthcare, residential, transportation, entertainment and retail projects. He has a Bachelor’s of Science from […]
DTC Cheers Dunkin Donuts Stadium OpeningTeam DTC
DTC recently completed work on Dunkin Donuts Stadium for the Hartford Yard Goats, the Double-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies in Hartford, CT. The Yard Goats’ season opener and first game on the field is April 13 against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at 7:05 p.m.
DTC provided plumbing, fire protection and civil engineering for the […]
Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet Campus wins 2016 MacConnell AwardTeam DTC
DTC is proud to have been the engineer of record for the award-winning Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet Campus. The project, led by JCJ Architecture, supporting Bridgeport Public Schools was awarded the 2016 James D. MacConnell Award by the Association for Learning Environments.
Meet our MEPTeam DTC
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.
Jason Pintek, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Electrical Engineering Manager, has more then 25 years of experience with electrical engineering design, and […]
National Engineers Week at DTCTeam DTC
Happy National Engineers Week! We’re celebrating our engineers by sharing a little bit about what they do. Check out how they describe their jobs in their own words, and what kind of innovative solutions they create.
We’re celebrating our structural engineers at DTC, like Corey Hollmann, who explained his job through metaphor, “Structural engineering is like putting […]
North Haven High School Hosts Physics ‘Learning Laboratory’ with DTCTeam DTC
Hamden-based engineering consulting firm DTC is currently renovating North Haven Middle School. Phase I of this project is actively underway on school grounds, which will result in the construction of an entirely new North Haven Middle School building.
The existing North Haven Middle School building is closed off from construction, and will continue being used as […]
What Does MS4 Mean to You?Team DTC
By: Michael Errickson, PE and DTC Civil Engineering Project Manager — If you work with buildings, especially if you have anything to do with their building process, you need to know the new requirements issued by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) in their upcoming reissuance of the General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater […]
Connecticut Green Building Council Award CeremonyTeam DTC
Team members of DTC were honored to attend the Connecticut Green Building Council Awards at the Discovery Museum in Bridgeport, CT last night to accept the Public/Institutional Award of Merit for our work on Middletown Area Transit Bus Maintenance and Storage. DTC provided engineering system design and environmental services for this 18,000 square foot bus […]
Owner-Driven Project ChangesTeam DTC
By: Michael Casey, NICET II, Construction Project Manager — Why can’t they just move it over there? Why can’t they just use a different product. It won’t take long. We just have to move it over a little. I don’t like it quite like that.
Change. It’s just a small change. And it appears so innocuous. Often, […]