Jack Wolff is an Associate Mechanical Engineer at Encorus. He works on overall design development and engineering for plumbing, HVAC, and fire protection projects. Jack has recently worked on projects including the commissioning of the Amtrak Exchange Street Station, the renovation of Hewitt Hall on the SUNY Oswego campus, and the design for replacement of fire pumps at the Altoona, PA VA Medical Center. Jack is graduate of Alfred State College where he earned his BS degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. His interest in the functionality of building systems led him to pursuing engineering as a career path, and he joined Encorus in 2018. During college, his professors were his biggest career influencers, as they helped bridge the gap between academics and employment by applying real world applications and personal experiences to classes. Outside of work, Jack is an avid outdoorsman and a big fan of the Buffalo Bills and Sabres.
Staff Spotlight: Jack Wolff
Jan 13, 2021 | Company Culture, Employees
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