Daniel Bodenski Joins CRB As Director of Mission Critical Services
CRB has added Daniel Bodenski to its team as the director of mission critical services. Mr. Bodenski will call the CRB Boston location home, but will support Mission Critical tactics nationwide. With over 24 years of experience, Bodenski brings expertise in the design of mechanical systems as well as several years of experience in project management of data centers and mission critical facilities for institutional, telecommunications, healthcare, financial, retail, and technology institutions. A registered professional engineer in Massachusetts, Maine, and California and a LEED Accredited Professional, Bodenski earned his bachelor of science in civil engineering from Arizona State University.
Before joining CRB, Bodenski served as an associate partner and senior project manager for Syska Hennessy Group in Cambridge, MA. During his 12 years with the company, he managed the critical facilities engineering group for New England. He handled nationwide clients and has experience executing projects with construction costs of over $200 million.
“We are thrilled to have Dan join the CRB family. CRB is committed to expanding into the Mission Critical market and we feel bringing Dan on will help us meet those goals,” Tim Barba, principal and COO states of Bodenski’s hire.
Bodenski specializes in site selection, design, project management, and commissioning for data centers and mission critical facilities. He is also very experienced in MEP/FP/IT infrastructure, the development of standards for mission critical facilities, and conducting gap assessments of Mission Critical facilities. With his professional credentials and track record, CRB is thrilled to have him become an integral part of their growing mission critical team.
“I joined CRB to assist the mission critical team in growing to become the preeminent provider of design services to the mission critical end user,” Bodenski says of his new role at CRB.
A driven leader, he continues to take on industry leadership roles including serving as a founding member of New England’s 7x24 Chapter. His knowledge and high-level understanding of industry trends, analysis, and market entry points prove invaluable to CRB’s mission critical growth initiative.