Concord Engineering adds two executives

July 28, 2016 01:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time

VOORHEES, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Concord Engineering is pleased to announce that two new employees have joined the company.

Bill Gretta, PE has more than 25 years of experience in the air pollution control industry, and specializes in the design of CO and SCR catalyst and systems for natural gas and coal-fired utilities, as well as a smaller scale engine generator plants. His expertise in SCR systems and gas flow modeling of air pollution control equipment is recognized throughout the industry. The new Environmental Controls Division of Concord will provide turnkey design, material and construction contracts for power plant customers.

Chris Krawice also has more than 25 years of experience in the design, engineering and project management of capital projects for combined cycle, petrochemical, large fossil and nuclear power plants. Chris has worked for several large A-E companies over the years, and has experience in the development and implementation phases of EPC contracts. Recently he was instrumental in a large repowering project from coal to GFCC.

“I’m thrilled to have Bill and Chris on board,” said Michael Fischette, Concord’s CEO, “Their construction oversight and management of dynamic engineering teams on numerous fast-track/multi-million dollar projects from concept through completion makes them a perfect fit for the Concord companies.”

About Concord Engineering

Concord Engineering, located at 3020 Market Street, Philadelphia is a full-service power engineering, MEP facility engineering, energy advisory and utility consulting, construction management and commissioning firm, specializing in facility and power plant design. Specialty services include utility master planning, energy procurement and risk management, hotel/gaming facilities, higher education and commercial office facilities, District Energy Systems, renewable technologies (solar, wind, and biogas), combined cycle, combined heat & power, geothermal systems and high voltage substation design and turnkey design build energy infrastructure projects. The firm has offices in Philadelphia, Voorhees and Atlantic City, NJ. For more information, visit