Carmen Manno – Chief Operating Officer
In his role as C.O.O., Carmen helps maintain and develop the continued growth and expansion of the customer base with client-centered policies and practices that enable delivery of consistently high-performance electrical and telecommunication systems backed by responsive, high-quality services. In addition to working closely and continuously with client management and support personnel, he helps develop the scope of work, budgets and estimates for new projects. He also mentors’ others in electrical construction engineering design/build practices and customer relationship building, helps evaluate and revise the company’s standard estimating review procedures, and promotes company policies and procedures that enable more effective internal team building and cooperation. Regardless of the task, however, Carmen’s goal is to ensure that every project meets clients’ demanding expectations, while helping them address today’s complex challenges.
Carmen has been providing high-quality electrical services to a wide range of clients since 1981. He began his career as an apprentice wireman, later serving as a journeyman, foreman, general foreman and union steward. He then held estimating, project management and division manager and Vice president posts. Joining Titan Electric in 2016, he has worked on a variety of industrial, institutional, Mission Critical, retail, residential and commercial projects, including the electrical design and engineering.
In addition to four years of apprentice training, he attended Washburne Trade School (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers [IBEW] Local #134) and Kennedy Electronic School. He has also fulfilled the requirements of Electrical Association courses on electrical systems design, fire alarm and detection systems, and electrical codes, as well as National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) courses on electrical systems design/build strategies, electrical construction estimating and good workmanship in electrical contracting. A specialist in construction safety and health, he has completed OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour along with the NFPA 70E, Fails Management’s and Dale Carnegie Leadership training. Furthermore, he has completed the Leadership Series at Babson College, and the Thayer Leadership Development Group at West Point.