Equal emphasis on business, construction, and technology
can be said about the team that makes up Sierra Eco Systems.
Consider our current focus on Geothermal. With Energy savings of up to 70%, operating lives stated in decades, low maintenance and life-time warranties on key components, and zero emissions, there is no doubt that Geothermal systems are sound technology and make good business sense.
Geothermal is pure and simple technology, but the design and installation of the loop field, and the critical need for perfect sizing and construction in order to adequately and efficiently extract energy from the earth, requires unwavering attention to detail and a focus on continuous quality. There can be no doubt that if the construction methods and techniques are less than perfect, system reliability and economics will suffer, as will your satisfaction. Please take a moment to review the backgrounds and experience of the Sierra Eco Systems team and compare us to other contractors you are considering. We're certain you will see a dramatic difference, and that you will select our team...
Eric "Ric" Rowlatt, BS/MBA
Ric has over twenty years of construction experience, nearly a decade of which has been in construction management. Ric has owned and operated his own firm, and worked for other well known firms, and has managed a blend of commercial, municipal, and residential projects, all with an emphasis on quality. Ric built his career in construction after receiving undergraduate degrees in Construction Engineering Technology from Montana State University, and later earned his MBA from University of Phoenix.
Pete Frigo, VP Mechanical
Pete has over twenty-five years experience in commercial and residential HVAC and refrigeration design, installation, and service, becoming a licensed contractor in 1985. Pete began his career working for a number of noteworthy firms in and around Los Angeles and Orange County, eventually starting his own firm, Frigo Air, in 1990. Over time, Pete developed a focus on large-scale commercial chiller and heat exchanger projects, where he developed his interest and knowledge of Geothermal ground source heat pump technology. Additionally, Pete was an adjunct instructor in HVAC and Refrigeration, and a Board Advisor for the Orange County BOP program, helping others to find careers in HVAC.