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IAQ & HVAC Veteran Joins the Growing Team at Clark Seif Clark
Joe Johnson brings over 15 years of construction and HVAC experience to the expert team at Clark Seif Clark (CSC).
Mr. Johnson’s extensive work history involving indoor air quality (IAQ) and building science issues began with a position in the 1990s with a major air conditioning contractor. He then founded Custom Air Design, Inc., which was based in the Phoenix area and was General Manager of SelectBuild Mechanical's HVAC division. Mr. Johnson also has experience working with local governments and was the Vice-Mayor of the City of Surprise, Arizona, from 2009 through 2010.
“I would like to introduce Joe Johnson, our most recent addition to CSC, Inc.,” stated Timothy Hebert, Controller/Personnel Director for CSC. “Joe has knowledge of IAQ and experience incorporating energy efficiencies into the building design and construction process. He shares the same passion for customer service, quality, and professionalism that are the hallmarks of CSC. We are pleased to have Joe as a member of our team and an asset to our clients.”
Clark Seif Clark professionals are deployed across the nation helping both large and small customers resolve health & safety, industrial hygiene, environmental and indoor air quality issues. Commercial and residential customers know that at a moment's notice, Clark Seif Clark can send their experts anywhere they are needed.
To learn more about Clark Seif Clark and indoor air quality, industrial hygiene, or health and safety issues, please visit http://www.csceng.com, email email@example.com or call (800) 807-1118.
About Clark Seif Clark
CSC was established in 1989 to help clients in both public and private sectors address environmental, IAQ, and health and safety (EH&S) issues. CSC is a leading provider of these services with multiple offices along the western seaboard and southwest. The company believes in science-based protocols and has a strong background in engineering, making them the preferred environmental consultants to industrial clients, healthcare facilities, architects, schools, builders, contractors, developers and real estate professionals.