Mr. Brinker has over 11 years of experience with water and steam saving technologies. As a project developer, Matt is responsible for auditing various sites for multiple energy saving measures, assembling savings models, and writing proposals for our customers. He has a great amount of experience in surveying steam and water for prisons, K-12, universities and hospitals.
As a Project Manager, Matt’s responsibilities include but are not limited to; maintaining the project schedule and budget, coordinating site access, customer training and contracted project deliverables, tracking on-site material inventory, guiding and supervising contracted labor, and ensuring overall client satisfaction. In addition, Matt maintains material inventories, tracks materials installed and returned, approves all vendor invoices and manages all client expectations. During his career as a Project Superintendent, Project Manager and Project Developer he has received training in asbestos awareness, permit required confined space entry, and OSHA 30 hour safety training. Matt has also participated in factory training provided by Barnes and Jones, Tunstall, I-CON Systems, and Sloan Valve Company.
Matt has previously acted as Project Superintendent, Project Manager and Developer for Water Management and Aqualine Resources, and received leadership and supervisor training in the United States Navy.
Some of his areas of expertise include project development and management of:
- Steam system optimization measures
- DDC control valve measures
- Water conservation measures
- Sloan PWT projects