Dan began his career in 1970 with a Long Island manufacturers’ rep. In 1989, he left there to become a writer. He has written 23 books for the heating industry, along with hundreds of magazine columns. He lectured widely and started the popular HeatingHelp.com site in 1997. In 2016, Dan’s daughter, Erin Haskell took over the family business. Dan continues to write columns for the heating industry, and he is working on his fifth novel.
This all-technical seminar will make you familiar with the many types of old steam heating systems and what goes wrong with them. Dan Holohan's easy-to-follow explanations will have you seeing inside these old systems. You'll be a much better troubleshooter after this one. If you have to deal with America's older steam systems, you’re going to love this course.
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Senior Director, Industry Insights Research
Dodge Data & Analytics
At Dodge Data & Analytics, Steve Jones focuses on how emerging economic, practice and technology trends are transforming the global design and construction industry. In addition to hundreds of speaking engagements around the world and numerous articles in industry publications, he produces Dodge Data & Analytics’ SmartMarket Reports on key industry trends, which are read by millions worldwide and frequently cited as authoritative references. Steve holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA from The Johns Hopkins University. He has a track record of active leadership in many industry initiatives and serves as a judge for numerous industry awards.
Before joining Dodge, Steve was Vice President of Primavera Systems (now part of Oracle), the global leader in project management software. Prior to that, Steve spent 19 years in creative and management roles with top architectural/engineering firms, most recently as a Principal and Board of Directors member with Burt Hill, one of the largest A/E firms in the US (now merged with Stantec).