Angelo A. Intartaglia
Testing, Adjusting & Balancing (TAB) Specialist / Project Coordinator
Certified AABC Test and Balance Technician (TBT)
NEBB Certified Technician
ACG - AABC Commissioning Group
AABC - Associated Air Balance Council
NEBB - National Environmental
FEBB - Florida Environmental
Mr. Intartaglia has been a part of the SITA family for 24 years, specializing in building HVAC systems and Test and Balance (TAB). As one of our seasoned veterans, his experience spans many industries and project types including hospitals, education projects, low to mid high rise buildings, residential complexes, all types of foundation and structural systems, hardened building, emergency operation centers, detention facilities, laboratories and judicial projects. Angelo has been involved in numerous complex projects and systems, which has allowed him to utilize his expertise in project coordination and management to ensure the proper approach by our technicians.
- Florida Polytechnic University - Building 555 - This building is an architectural feat, with vertical columns that bring in light and reflects water from surrounding ponds. Its operable roof is made of 94 aluminum louvers that flap to create shade. The design allows for an energy efficient building. Unique to this building is the HVAC ventilation system, which is a displacement ventilation design. This requires an understanding of not only the concept but the proper testing methods to ensure a properly balanced system. As the lead TAB Specialist on this project, Mr. Intartaglia was able to adjust, balance and resolve issues to ensure the design intent was met.
Completed Testing, Adjusting and Balancing projects:
- Polk State College - Center for Public Safety - 78,400 square-foot; SITA was contracted by the owner, Polk State College.
- Falkenburg Road Jail Expansion - Buildings 10, 11 & 12 Verification Testing - 17,750 square-foot; SITA was contracted by the architect, Ranon & Partners, Inc. Architects.
- Tampa (City of) AWTP Admin. Bldg. - Odor Solution Plan - 16,300 square-foot; SITA was contracted by the engineer, VoltAir Consulting Engineers, Inc.