Climate-control designer Coldbox makes leadership moves, opens US office
Environmentally controlled facilities design-builder Coldbox has appointed Paul D’Agostino as chief operations officer (Canada and U.S.) and Brian Rosabal as president, Coldbox Canada.
“Their expert knowledge of our business and the industry has been instrumental in the company’s success over the last decade and will be crucial in supporting exciting national projects currently underway and client growth as we go forward,” said Marko Dzeletovich, Coldbox founder and CEO, through a press release.
D’Agostino started at Coldbox as a project manager and has held progressively senior roles over his 10-year career, most recently as director of design build.
Rosabal started as a site superintendent and has steadily assumed more responsibility during his 11-year tenure with Coldbox. He most recently filled the role of director of project development.
Coldbox recently expanded into the U.S. with an Atlanta office.
The company is an international builder of environmentally controlled facilities, with a portfolio encompassing food and pharmaceutical warehousing, distribution, processing and manufacturing facilities. For more information, visit www.coldboxbuilders.com.