LINDTON, Utah — Aquatherm announced that David Rosenstein recently joined the polypropylene pressure piping company as national estimating manager. Prior to joining Aquatherm, Rosenstein was a principal estimator with Parsons Corporation out of Pasadena, California, one of the world’s largest engineering and construction companies.
Rosenstein brings a vast amount of experience working on water works, wastewater treatment, hydroelectric power, and commercial, residential, institutional and medical projects, among others. He has worked with private, federal and state governments, city and county owners and clients.
Rosenstein will launch and implement a program to help mechanical and plumbing professionals estimate initial Aquatherm installation costs and will train the company’s representatives and wholesalers to better understand how to use the company’s new estimation tools. Rosenstein will also present another program to help building owners understand the lifecycle benefits of integrating Aquatherm piping systems.
According to Aquatherm President and COO Adam Clark, hiring Rosenstein will greatly increase the company’s sales and industry presence. “David Rosenstein brings with him great industry knowledge and the ability to translate data into cost savings. We look forward to having him tackle our upcoming installation costs and lifecycle costs programs.” Rosenstein will report to Clark.