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AlfaTech names new CEO and COO appointments: Diarmuid Hartley and Tim Chadwick, PE, LEED AP

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AlfaTech names new CEO and COO appointments: Diarmuid Hartley and Tim Chadwick, PE, LEED AP

Bringing over 17 years of industry expertise, Diarmuid Hartley assumes the role of CEO, poised to lead AlfaTech's strategic growth and expansion initiatives. 


By AlfaTech | April 23, 2024
AlfaTech names new CEO and COO appointments: Diarmuid Hartley and Tim Chadwick, PE, LEED AP
Pictured left, Diarmuid Hartley; right, Tim Chadwick. Photo: AlfaTech

AlfaTech, a renowned leading provider of sustainable mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering design, architectural lighting design, and technology services, proudly announces the appointment of Diarmuid Hartley as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Tim Chadwick, PE, LEED AP, as Chief Operating Officer (COO). These strategic appointments mark a significant step in AlfaTech's commitment to fortifying its leadership team and adapting to evolving industry demands.

Bringing over 17 years of industry expertise, Diarmuid Hartley assumes the role of CEO, poised to lead AlfaTech's strategic growth and expansion initiatives. With a commendable, proven track record of cultivating the Southern California market, Diarmuid brings a wealth of leadership and expertise to his new role. His deep understanding of the engineering and construction landscape and his commitment to delivering exceptional client service will be instrumental in driving the company's continued upward trajectory.

"I am honored to take on the CEO role and lead AlfaTech's talented team," said Diarmuid Hartley. "The company has a strong foundation and a bright future, and I am excited to work with our team to build on our success and achieve even greater heights. Our commitment remains steadfast in offering innovative and sustainable solutions tailored to our clients' distinct needs."

Complementing Hartley's leadership, with three decades of invaluable experience at AlfaTech, Tim Chadwick assumes the position of COO. In this pivotal role, Chadwick will oversee operational excellence, ensuring seamless project execution and the delivery of exceptional results. His expertise in project management, consulting engineering, and construction administration will be invaluable in driving operational efficiency and maintaining the highest standards of quality and professionalism.

"I am thrilled to partner alongside Diarmuid and the entire AlfaTech team in our new roles," shared Tim Chadwick. "Our combined wealth of experience and shared commitment to client satisfaction positions us strongly to navigate the evolving industry landscape and deliver unparalleled value to our clients. We look forward to an exciting future for AlfaTech."

AlfaTech remains steadfast in its commitment to providing innovative, sustainable, and cost-effective solutions to its clients. With Diarmuid Hartley assuming the role of CEO and Tim Chadwick as COO, the company is well-positioned to continue its growth trajectory and strengthen its position as a leading provider of engineering, consulting, and construction services.

About AlfaTech
AlfaTech specializes in providing mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering design, architectural lighting design, and technology services across a spectrum of markets including science & technology, mission critical, healthcare, senior living, commercial, retail, hospitality, education, industrial/manufacturing and transportation sectors. Headquartered in San Jose, California, AlfaTech operates offices throughout California, including San Francisco, Orange County, Monrovia, and San Diego. Additionally, AlfaTech provides services across the US, and internationally, catering to clients in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

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