NORESCO Leadership Team: Bob Jurovaty

Get to know our Vice President, Construction

Bob Jurovaty

Vice President, Construction

Mr. Jurovaty has more than 30 years of experience in the construction of energy saving performance-based projects, both domestically and internationally. He joined NORESCO in 2009 and has held progressively responsible roles with the Construction Department, including responsibility for the construction of a cogeneration facility for the US Navy in Japan.  He was promoted to the position of Associate Vice President in 2021 with primary construction oversight responsibility for  the company’s federal project portfolio.

Mr. Jurovaty also works closely with NORESCO’s project developers and engineers to develop suitable and sustainable energy conservation projects for our customers. He is responsible for the review of project constructability, contractual compliance, project management, scheduling, project start-up and construction progress, closeout and acceptance.

Mr. Jurovaty holds an Unlimited Electrical Contractor’s License for the State of Connecticut.


NORESCO, a part of Carrier Global Corporation, helps clients adapt to and mitigate the impacts of climate change by decarbonizing, modernizing and electrifying aging infrastructure to be more sustainable and resilient. By deploying innovative distributed energy, storage and renewable energy solutions, NORESCO improves the health and efficiency of existing campuses, buildings and communities. To date, NORESCO has guaranteed more than $5 billion in energy and operating cost savings at more than 10,000 facilities while reducing customer CO2 emissions by more than 25 million metric tons – the equivalent to planting 1.4 million acres of forest. 

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