Johnson Controls Reorganizes Building Efficiency Business
Johnson Controls is reorganizing its Building Efficiency business. Effective immediately, Building Efficiency will operate two separate businesses: 1) the North America branch business and 2) the global products business.
Dave Myers, president of Building Efficiency, has resigned and is leaving the company to pursue other interests.
Bill Jackson, who most recently served as executive vice president of Corporate Development, will immediately transition into the role of president, Building Efficiency. After joining the company in 2011, Bill was responsible for leading performance improvements and defining strategic options for the company’s Automotive Electronics and Interiors business.
Building Efficiency’s global products organization will drive global growth through investments in HVAC product offerings such as the recent acquisition of Air Distribution Technologies (ADTI) and the planned Hitachi joint venture for variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology.
The North America branch business will continue to operate in its current form as a direct channel providing HVAC services to customers in the United States and Canada. Trent Nevill, vice president and general manager of the North American branch business, will continue in his current role and report on an interim basis to Johnson Controls Chairman and CEO Alex Molinaroli.
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