Altura is pleased to announce several promotions to kick off 2021. Senior Associates Adam Rohloff and Matt Schwartz have been promoted to the role of Associate Principal – a significant recognition of their leadership and accomplishments over the past several years. Both have been with Altura since the firm was founded in 2013, and in that time they have been instrumental in developing Altura’s capabilities as a world-class consultancy.
Adam Rohloff has led a team dedicated to integrating SkySpark analytics into the commissioning process as well as leading an internal team at Altura responsible for software development to improve analytics deployment. He was also co-author of an article appearing in ASHRAE Journal which described the analytics-driven commissioning process for Altura client Caltech.
Matt Schwartz has been steadily growing Altura’s capabilities to provide clients with open, Niagara-based building automation system architecture. This has become an increasingly sought-after service, and Matt has steadily led the charge and has worked with several major organizations over the past several years to transition their portfolios to open enterprise systems. These capabilities were recently highlighted in a series of interviews published with Nexus (a forum dedicated to the smart building industry).
Altura also promoted several others as of January 1, 2021: Alex Couch-Leroux was promoted from Associate to Senior Associate, and Kaitlin Kinsella, David Lu, and Randy Press have each been promoted from Senior Analyst to Associate. Altura congratulates our staff on these well-earned career advancements!