Stellar hires Navy veteran Taylor as vice president
Stellar, a construction, design, engineering and mechanical services firm, appointed Dwyn Taylor as Vice President in its Commercial division. Taylor recently retired after nearly 27 years in the United States Navy and is charged with continuing to grow Stellar’s federal projects.
Stellar’s federal experience includes military exchanges (large retail stores on military bases), lodging facilities for military personnel, fuel stations, youth activities centers and recreational centers.
Stellar has dozens of LEED-accredited professionals on staff and has completed multiple LEED-certified projects. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a system designed by the U.S. Green Building Council to certify and rate new facilities on conservation, energy reduction and sustainability. Stellar’s Energy Systems division designs, fabricates and installs a range of energy systems, including turbine inlet air chilling systems, modular utility plants, district cooling plants, hybrid utility plants and field-erected utility plants. BD+C
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