Juan Orozco Named Head Of Primary Integration Solutions’ New Canada Office
Company offers comprehensive third-party commissioning and operational risk management consulting services.
Primary Integration Solutions has opened a new office in Toronto, Canada under the direction of Juan Orozco, who has been named a senior project manager at the company.
The office is offering comprehensive third party, independent commissioning and operational risk management consulting services to owners and builders of high tech facilities, data centers, hospitals, government facilities, educational institutions and other mission critical facilities throughout Canada.
“The Canadian market has become increasing important for many of our domestic clients,” commented Shawn Till, CEO of Primary Integration Solutions. “By establishing a footprint in Canada, Primary Integration is in a position to offer global commissioning and operations consulting solutions that will help our clients grow their infrastructure both domestically and in Canada.”
Orozco is a highly successful electrical, power quality, reliability, and energy engineer with 25 years of engineering consulting, project management, and business development experience in commissioning and energy performance for mission critical facilities. Prior to joining Primary Integration Solutions, he was business development manager for the energy solutions group at Nedco, an electric distribution company in Ontario. He previously served as a project manager for a Mississauga consulting firm, responsible for delivering power quality and energy management solutions to the mining industry. He also served as an energy performance management and commissioning specialist for the Ontario government infrastructure department.
A Registered Professional engineer in Ontario, Orozco is also a Certified Energy Manager and a LEED Accredited Professional. He is a member of the Association of Energy
Engineers and has been involved with development of commissioning standards for the Canadian Standards Association and National Resources Canada.