Kevin Gostomski: Project Engineer
Kevin comes to Triangle Electric with a degree in electrical engineering from Wayne State University. He started his career working for a fire and security systems company as a field technician, and spent time doing industrial controls before working at an AE firm, NSA. Kevin has been with Triangle since 2017, and holds the position of project designer and engineer. He creates and develops electrical designs for construction documents. He supports project managers and estimators in overseeing the implementation of their projects. Kevin also develops and reviews electrical project calculations, coordinates electrical systems with other trades and oversees electrical BIM coordination. He hopes to expand his role in the future, and advance the company’s design capabilities.
Bill Turgeon: Chief Estimator
After spending the past seven years as a project manager and estimator, Bill Turgeon has been promoted Chief Estimator. He expands his role to include the responsibility of reviewing all estimating work within the company, to ensure the best quality estimates for every project. As part of the estimating process Bill establishes pricing, and uses industry standard software, Accubid, to determine the most precise bid possible.
Dan Rose: Warehouse Manager
Dan Rose is in his third year as warehouse manager at Triangle Electric, after spending the previous decade working at North America Yazaki, distributing finished goods in the automotive industry. Before Yazaki, he was with the Kroger company for many years, also working in warehouse management. Dan oversees all warehouse activity at Triangle, including maintaining and distributing the correct tools and materials to jobs, at the request of project managers. In addition to providing the project managers the tools they need, Dan and the other warehouse employees coordinate the inspection of tools before and after they go out into the field to make sure they are in proper condition for work. At the end of each job, Dan coordinates demobilization and pick-up of job site materials. Dan provides accountability in the warehouse that is necessary for quality and success on each job Triangle completes.
Riki Scott-Heroux: Controller
Riki is a Certified Public Accountant with an accounting degree from Walsh College, and over 25 years of experience. She has worked in accounting and auditing in several different industries, including contracting. Riki has been the controller for Triangle Electric since 2015 and has been an integral part of our team ever since.
Mike Polidori: Project Manager/ Estimator
Mike Polidori has been with Triangle for almost four years and brings a variety of design and engineering background to the company. After working at engineering firms early in his career, he worked at Bayview Electric doing design work, and 3D BIM (Business Information Modeling) coordination. At Triangle, Mike is a project manager, and estimator who mainly works on commercial projects and assists with design work, when needed. He prepares files to go out into the field to be used with the Trimble Robotic Station so that field layout can be accurate and successful. Mike hopes to continue to learn and grow with the company for years to come.
Jim Rutkofske: General Superintendent
Jim Rutkofske has been with Triangle Electric in some capacity for almost two decades, and has a strong background in the industry, as a fourth generation electrician. Jim is currently the General Superintendent and is responsible for overseeing and tracking job manpower, and project managers on various job sites. Jim works diligently to maintain quality and safety on each job Triangle completes.
David Kassab: Project Engineer
David started at Triangle as an independent contractor, and is now a project engineer working mainly with 3D modeling. While his educational background has an emphasis on architecture, he holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master’s degree in architecture, his professional career has centered around engineering. David has worked with a variety of MEP and architecture firms, as well as for a venture capital backed start-up in the city of Detroit that did online engineering drawings for the solar and telecom industry. David is now a valued member of the staff at Triangle, and does work with the CAD/BIM team and with the Trimble robot system. Going forward into the future David hopes to work more in estimating and project managing.