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Ring & DuChateau Welcomes New Staff

Several new staff have joined the Ring & Du Chateau team in recent months.

Philip Warren joined the Electrical Systems team as a CAD technician in February. He is initially providing CAD support for the entire department, but will eventually focus his efforts with the lighting design group to capitalize on his background in performance lighting.

Emily Bieszk has started as intern with the Electrical Systems team with plans to join the team full-time upon graduation from MSOE in May of 2017. Emily brings with her prior experience and high recommendation from other local MEP firms and her professors.

Jason LaRosh has joined Ring & DuChateau’s HVAC Systems department as project manager. He has relocated to the area from Janesville and brings to his new position a variety of systems design experience in commercial, industrial and manufacturing projects. Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Mason Spang has returned for another summer of internship experience with the HVAC Systems team. He is entering his junior year at University of Wisconsin-Platteville as a mechanical engineering major and will be with us full time for the summer.

David Ragoschke is the newest member of the Ring & DuChateau Commissioning team. His background as a service fitter and in sales and management of mechanical service for large area mechanical contractors, along with his people skills, make him a welcome addition to the department.