Electronic Environments Corporation (EEC) has announced the hire of Rob Nichols as vice president of Strategic Solutions within the Mission-Critical Construction Services division. In his role as VP of Strategic Solutions, Nichols will support the EEC Mission Critical Construction Services team through strategic business development and key account management across the health care, finance and life sciences verticals. 

Nichols is an industry veteran with more than 30 years’ experience growing revenue and managing projects as well as teams within mission-critical construction environments, focusing primarily on life science, health care, mixed-use construction, and international business development. His expertise as a builder executive and owner representative includes leading mission-critical telecom and data center projects totaling over four billion dollars during his professional tenure. Prior to EEC, Nichols served as managing partner at Beezley Management, LLC, a company providing leading owner’s representation, construction management and project advisory service. His prior experience includes executive management and project leadership roles at Suffolk Construction; Berkshire Consulting; RevdupPi Restaurants International; John Moriarty & Associates; N+3/Nplus3 Consulting Ltd.; Quartarro & Associates; StructureTone International; and Miller Builders, Ltd., culminating in more than six million square feet of mission-critical and telecom data center projects. Mr. Nichols holds dual Bachelor degrees from Boston University.

“With his proven aptitude for critical thinking and long record of successful business development as well as data center project execution, Rob is certain to be an asset to the EEC Mission-Critical Construction Services division,” says Ken Rapoport, founder and CEO of EEC. “EEC is dedicated to providing customers with the highest level of service and expertise and we expect Mr. Nichols will help us continue facilitating this promise.”

With a unique, holistic approach to the data center, EEC sets itself apart from the industry achieving critical goals throughout a unified structure. This game-changing approach makes it possible for data center customers to achieve higher levels of availability, energy efficiency and more. Utilizing a combination of services known as Mission-Critical Lifecycle Services (MCLS)™, EEC works alongside mission-critical professionals to focus on five cooperative areas of the facility including planning, design management, construction operations, and maintenance and assessments.