San Diego, CA, October 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Pristine Environments, a leading provider of smart facility and intelligent energy solutions, announced today that it has hired Drew DeFalle to be the company’s Senior Director of Business Development. Within this role, he will focus on enterprise pursuits, as well as managing the Western and Central U.S. Regions.
Prior to joining Pristine Environments, Mr. DeFalle spent the last decade with Victaulic and Swiss company IMI Hydronic Engineering. Within these companies, he acted as consultant to building owners, engineering consultants, and HVAC subcontractors to implement effective hydronic efficiency strategies designed to reduce building energy costs and increase net operating incomes.
“Drew’s experience with business development and sustainable building strategies is a natural complement to our company mission,” said Eric Miller, Chief Development Officer of Pristine Environments. “We look forward to seeing continued growth under his guidance.”
Mr. DeFalle holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. He finished a Construction Management program, with honors, at UCLA. Currently, he is a M.B.A. candidate with an emphasis in Real Estate Development, at the University of Southern California. He is a LEED AP, Certified Sustainability Manager, and Business Energy Professional (BEP). Mr. DeFalle is an active member of BOMA, CoreNet Global, and IFMA. In his spare time, he volunteers as a mentor for one of Los Angeles’ inner city, at-risk youth programs.
About Pristine Environments:
Pristine Environments manages, maintains and optimizes the performance of mission critical facilities for corporate real estate owners in nearly 100 million square feet of specialized buildings throughout North America. From life sciences, aerospace, datacenters, oil + gas, luxury retail, sports technology + fitness, and commercial real estate, our team of nearly 1,750 professionals keeps these industries buildings and facilities operating efficiently, sustainably and on budget.