New Faces at Binsky

In the past few months we have continued to build for the future by investing in young, talented individuals who have an appreciation for all that Binsky Mechanical does and has to offer. We are excited to have them on board and joining our family.

Jonathan Scales comes to us with eight years of experience in the construction industry and a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Hartford. His concentration in Energy and Sustainability will benefit Binsky and every client he works with in his new position as an Estimator. He will be responsible for reviewing project plans, coordinating with subcontractors and ultimately estimating the most effective and cost-efficient projects for our clients. For the last three years, Scales was the Chief Engineer and Welder for the University of Hartford’s Formula SAE Racing Team.

Darren Kilkolski will join Binsky Home in the Sales and Estimating department. He will oversee the evaluation of homes using an engineering approach in order to maximize the homes efficiency and minimize heating and cooling losses. Kilkolski’s extreme attention to detail, drawn from his technical engineering background, will provide Binsky Home customers long-term financial benefits. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Although Billy Sharp is finishing up dual degrees in Management and Mechanical Engineering at Bucknell University, he hit the ground running from day one at Binsky. One of his main responsibilities is to further organize and analyze the Binsky Home database, in order for us to better meet the needs of our clients and prospective clients. Sharp will be handling projects to further the growth and development of Binsky Home, leading to a more efficient, greener company. His experience running a small home construction business for the previous two summers makes this internship an excellent fit.

Christopher Saharic is joining the Binsky Mechanical estimating department for his third year as an intern this summer. Each year he continues to take on more responsibility and provides more substantial work to his colleagues. Similar to new hire Jonathan Scales, he will be assisting with every aspect of estimating this summer. It is Saharic’s ambition to work for Binsky after completing his dual degree in Management and Labor Relations from Rutgers University next spring.

Construction runs in the family for Michael Gaykowski, interning this summer at Binsky Mechanical. Eager to learn and lend his talent wherever needed, it didn’t take him long to begin assisting the drafting department and project managers on various projects, including the newly awarded Central Utility Plant at University Medical Center of Princeton. His prior work experience with an electrical contractor has given Gaykowski great insight in how an intern can best support his company. He will be a junior this fall at Lafayette College in Easton, PA, obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering.