Robert Debski is named president of Graboyes Smart Buildings
Philadelphia-based building performance firm Graboyes Smart Buildings (GSB) has named Robert Debski as president. Ellis Guiles, owner / president of sister company Graboyes Commercial Window Company, will serve as director and building performance advisor for GSB.
“We’re thrilled to have Bob join us,” said Guiles. “His thoughtful and collaborative leadership style will benefit our clients and team members as we continue to work to create more advanced and sustainable buildings in the Greater Philadelphia and Mid-Atlantic region,” he said.
“I couldn’t be more pleased to have the opportunity to lead the Graboyes Smart Building mission,” said Debski, “of providing leadership within the sustainable building market and helping our clients in a powerful way to refine and achieve their advanced building performance goals.”
Debski joins GSB from Siemens Building Technologies, where he served as senior sales and business development manager. A resident of Lansdale, Pa., Debski holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.
About Graboyes Smart Buildings
Graboyes Smart Buildings works with clients to optimize building performance in order to decrease energy use, decrease maintenance costs, increase asset value, and improve human wellbeing and productivity. By providing its advanced expertise and building intelligence tools, the company helps its clients to refine and achieve their building performance goals in contexts that include commercial, institutional, industrial, and multi-family properties.
Its expertise includes building automation, lighting and shading controls, commercial energy auditing, data center efficiency, envelope testing, energy modeling, measurement and verification, data analytics, and advanced financing tools for deep energy efficiency improvements including the Metered Energy Efficiency Transaction Structure (MEETS).
Graboyes is a member of the US Green Building Council and Philadelphia’s Green Building United, and it serves in sponsorship and advisor roles for the Philadelphia 2030 District. Its sister company Graboyes Commercial Window Company is a US Top-50 MBE-certified leader among architectural glazing firms and building envelope experts.