The Carrier University team includes many impressive industry professionals who have a combination of skills and experiences that enable us to design, develop and deliver effective training at a number of levels, for a range of professions within the HVAC industry. Instructors and their respective work experience, skills and areas of expertise are noted below.
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800.644.5544 (opt. 2)
Bynum Training Center
PO Box 4808
Syracuse NY 13221-4808
Bill has over 40 years HVAC experience. Bill has been trained as union mechanic with extensive experience for servicing residential and commercial products. His experience includes service of rooftop, split systems and chillers, including centrifugal chillers. Bill also worked as a service manager and owned his own HVAC service company for over 10 years. Bill has provided training to apprentice HVAC technicians. He currently is the lab supervisor and creates and administers lab training exercises in support of the fundamental, pro-mechanical and pro-electrical and rooftop and chiller training. Bill also assists in centrifugal chiller teardown classes.
Course Topics: Equipment
Mike has been in the HVAC industry for almost 30 years. He began his career as an electrician, then switched to HVAC and worked for a small company servicing light commercial equipment. He joined the Union a year later and began working on Carrier centrifugal chillers. After 14 years in field service he joined the Carrier University team in 2000. Mike is currently a senior training instructor for Carrier University teaching chiller fundamentals, centrifugal disassembly and reassembly along with classes on screw and scroll chillers.
Course Topics: Service
Bob has thirty seven years of HVAC experience. He started his career as a Consulting Engineer of HVAC design for 4 years in Syracuse, NY. He was an application engineer for Carrier Corporation’s packaged units, centrifugal and absorption chillers. His experience includes account management at Carrier Independent and Direct sales organizations involving all aspects of training and servicing consulting engineers and contractors in HVAC systems. Currently, he is in the Software Systems group focusing on training consulting engineers on heating and cooling loads and energy analysis using Hourly Analysis Program (HAP). Bob is responsible for the eastern half of North America.
Course Topics: eDesign
John has over 35 years in the HVAC industry. He has had positions as a application engineer and a controls contractor. He currently provides technical training on Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) and other DDC control products manufactured by Carrier to Carrier dealer/contractors and other customers.
Course Topics: Controls
Russ has over 40 years’ experience in the HVAC industry. He has worked in field operations, product management, and product development with the first DDC systems developed by Carrier up to today’s BACnet systems. He currently is involved with instructional course development, and design of technical building control and sales courses. He also teaches HVAC contractors on the proper design, installation, operation and configuration of building controls systems and networks using BACnet and CCN (Carrier Comfort Network)
Dean has over 35 years of HVAC industry experience including 14 years of Service and Application engineering for Residential and Commercial split system and packaged products. Dean spent 14 years as Technical Service manager for Carrier/Bryant Distribution in New York, New Jersey and New England. Currently he is a Senior Service Training Instructor for Carrier University teaching Basic, Pro Troubleshooting Electrical and Mechanical, Heat Pump, Gas Furnace, CV and VAV Rooftop, and NATE/EPA Certification classes.
Rudy has over 43 years in the HVAC industry. He has worked as a mechanical engineer at a full service architectural firm, a consulting engineering company, for a mechanical contractor and a wholesale distributor. Rudy is currently in the Software Systems group focusing on training consulting engineers on heating and cooling loads and energy analysis using Hourly Analysis Program (HAP). He is responsible for the western half of North America.
Will has over 40 years of experience in the HVAC industry. He has held positions of application engineer and sales engineer during the course of his career. Will has taught HVAC design classes at Carrier University for the last 20 years.
Course Topics: Design