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Not new to the ERS organization, Ryan started as an associate sales engineer in 2007. He has increased his responsibility during his tenure ultimately moving up to senior sales engineer. Ryan brings more than 12 years of electrical industry experience to his current role.

With a bachelor’s degree in communication from Colorado State University, Ryan has excelled in working with general contractors, electrical contractors, engineers and end users to promote NETA acceptance testing. He started his career as a service coordinator for McBride Electric where he also held the positions of national call center manager and new business developer.

Ryan is a Qualified Commissioning Process Provider (QCxA) and belongs to several professional organizations including the Rocky Mountain Chapter of 7x24 Exchange, Building Commissioning Association, and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).

“During his more than six years with ERS, Ryan has clearly displayed his strength in building strong relationships with internal and external clients,” said Greg Smith, new business development director for ERS. “He works with a high level of integrity and perseverance which will undoubtedly pay dividends in his new role.”

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