2020 40 Under 40: Christopher Wysoczanski, PE, LEED AP, 35
Associate, Mechanical Group Leader, Fitzemeyer & Tocci Associates Inc., Woburn, Mass.; BS Mechanical Engineering Technology, Wentworth Institute of Technology
A rising engineer with a wide range of experience, Wysoczanski has the ability to work directly with clients to ensure the company delivers technically superior products that meet or exceed client expectations. He has developed relationships with clients at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Harvard Club of Boston that have resulted in repeated project opportunities. Wysoczanski began his career as a design engineer supporting senior engineers. It wasn’t long before he started leading HVAC design of projects. His rapid career growth has led him to becoming an HVAC expert and a thought leader with his company. Wysoczanski continues leading the HVAC standards meetings within the company to ensure that design standards are continuously improved, and the company stays at the forefront of emerging building technology. With his influence, both Fitzemeyer & Tocci’s technical standards and its HVAC staff have improved. He has written technical blogs, coauthored an upcoming guide, been on the mechanical engineering Industry Professional Advisory Council board at his alma mater. He has worked on projects in a wide range of markets including health care, K-12 schools, higher education and science and technology. He has worked on projects for elementary schools, medical office buildings, hospitals, research laboratories and manufacturing facilities. He is considered the expert in energy modeling at his company where he passes that skill on to junior staff and uses it on his own projects for U.S. Green Building Council LEED certification and energy-driven studies. Outside of work, Wysoczanski likes cooking and grilling with his wife and two children. His hobbies including gardening, cycling and fishing.