Marc H. Colcombe-175.png

Marc H. Colcombe

Vice President & General Manager,
Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine

Value Delivered

Marc is responsible for the overall operation of two of New England Mechanical's offices, encompassing the company’s business in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. He provides leadership and support for the team, develops business opportunities by increasing depth with existing customers, and relentlessly searches for new business opportunities. He’s worked closely with NEMSI’s staff of professional mechanical and electrical (M&E) construction engineers throughout his career, solving customer problems in the design- build market.

Together they bring a highly skilled team to the table delivering quality work at fair prices. Through Marc's facilities services skills and expertise, clients view NEMSI as a partner with their organization, sharing the burden of finding the best commercial facilities management and maintenance solution to meet their specific needs and requirements.

Expertise

Marc has over 20 years of experience in the HVAC services field. He advanced from a field technician to his current position as General Manager. He holds a Connecticut Heating, Piping, Cooling Unlimited Journeymen's license and a Limited Sheet Metal Journeymen's license, a Massachusetts Master Sheet Metal License, A NH Gas and Oil Service Technicians License, a universal refrigerant recovery certificate, and OSHA 30-hour certificate. In addition, Marc is an active member of ASHRAE (The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers). To each of his projects, he brings substantial project management and real-world experience.

The Personal Side

Marc and his wife live in Hillsborough, New Hampshire. He is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting, fishing, playing golf, riding his motorcycle, and more. Marc is always busy planning the next adventure with family and friends. He is a life member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and continually supports their conservation efforts.