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Darren Witter

Darren Witter, Sr. Vice President, has been with Melink Corporation since 1996. He has served in a variety of capacities including engineering, product development, manufacturing, field services, and management. Darren earned a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Cincinnati and is a State of Ohio Professional Engineer (PE). He is also qualified as a LEED Accredited Professional and a NEBB Certified Professional. After working in and leading many of the functional areas of the company, Darren is now focused on highly strategic programs and leverages his knowledge and experience to guide and develop employee-owners throughout the organization. For more than 35 years, Melink has helped commercial building owners improve the health, comfort, and energy impact of their facilities across the U.S. and world.
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Considerations for a Successful HVAC Equipment Upgrade Program

Darren Witter

Have you ever replaced old HVAC equipment just to find that, after spending a lot of money, the comfort issues you were experiencing previously are still there?  Or you now have new problems that weren’t there ...

What Causes Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Darren Witter

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), or the condition of the air inside a building, is a very important building health attribute that can affect the comfort, productivity, and

Top Reasons We Get Called for an HVAC Test, Adjust & Balance

Darren Witter

A test, adjust and balance service for a building’s HVAC system serves a purpose similar to that of a tune-up keeping a car’s engine running healthily. Preventative maintenance for any vehicle or piece of equipment is understandably a ...

Do Any of These 4 HVAC Issues Occur at Your Restaurant?

Darren Witter

Are you contracting out your preventative maintenance?  Unfortunately, we’ve seen a lot of restaurant managers be misled by their mechanical contractors into thinking their “building is balanced.” However, these managers are still ...