William G. Heisch | VP Power
Bill has more than 28 years of experience with the HVAC and power requirements for computer rooms and data centers. This experience started in 1972 where Bill studied at the RSES (Refrigeration Service Electrical Society) until he graduated in 1975. Additionally, Bill studied business management in college before moving into the HVAC service world. As Bill's experience grew, he began to specialize in precision HVAC and the growing uninterruptible power requirements of data centers. Bill spent many years in the late 70's and 80's as a project manager for these precision HVAC installations before moving in 1984 to a full time Ward-Boland employee as a sales associate. Bill's experience led him to specialize in the design and sales of computer support systems. Bill's success elevated him to the Vice President of the entire power sales division of Ward-Boland in 1999. Bill is an active member of IEEE in Baltimore and serves on the Board of Directors for Ward-Boland.
Mark J. Kohr | VP HVAC
Mark's heavily oriented HVAC career started nearly 26 years ago after attending York College of Pennsylvania and Towson University. Mark majored in Business Administration before beginning his work career with Tate Engineering in Baltimore. In 1979, Mark formed a corporation named Kohr Associates which was a manufacturer's representative firm for vibration isolation equipment. After some success, Mark joined Ward-Boland Associates to continue his work as a manufacturer's representative. Mark's instant HVAC success and complete understanding of HVAC equipment led him to become the Vice President of Ward-Boland's entire HVAC sales group in July of 2000. Mark is an active ASHRAE member and serves on the Board of Directors for Ward-Boland. Additionally Mark has many civic interests and continues to donate his time to others.