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About

Professional Background
HTSI president Barry Dahlbeck began his career in mechanical engineering in 1985 at a design/build mechanical construction firm. Over the next 15 years he spent six years primarily designing mechanical systems and six years managing their construction, then spent three years at a mechanical engineering firm specializing in energy management for school projects.

This experience qualified Barry to be certified as an Energy Manager through the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). In 2000 Barry joined The Greenbusch Group, Inc. His eight years of work at the firm consisted of mechanical engineering, commissioning, and a few elevator renovation projects. Barry acted as second-in-charge of the mechanical engineering department and as a primary constructability resource for the company.

Internal company research reflected that Barry’s mechanical designs had the lowest rate of change orders in the department. In 2003, after he was formally trained by the Building Commissioning Association (BCA), Barry founded the firm’s commissioning department and formalized its process of troubleshooting into a more recognized program of assessing, testing, and demonstrating mechanical system performance.

From 2003 to 2008 Barry was responsible for the management and execution of the firm’s commissioning projects. In June of 2008, Barry founded Highline Technical Services, Inc., specializing in building commissioning.