Repair & Maintenance of Electrical & Mechanical Components
MOC, Inc. was founded in 1984. Our purpose was to take sound and proven operations and maintenance practices and apply them in a comprehensive, building-wide approach.
The result was a company that could not only operate and maintain the mechanical and electrical components of a building, but also take a comprehensive approach to treat a building as an integration of systems, each with a unique relationship to the others.
Connie R. Stobert
Mrs. Stobert serves as President and CEO of MOC, Inc. She is responsible for establishing company-wide policies, quality assurance, and allocating company resources. Connie has earned a reputation for delivering value to clients across industries, including commercial real estate, higher education, transportation, communication, and health care. Under her leadership, MOC, Inc. was awarded woman-owned business certification from the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) in 2019.
Connie has been a Board Member and Treasurer of the Managers, Owners, and Contractors Association (MOCA) in Pittsburgh for the past ten years. Connie also serves on the board of the Pittsburgh Building Owners Welfare Fund, a non-profit responsible for managing the pension, retirement, health, and welfare funds for the Local Stationary Engineer Union. She serves as a financial consultant with the Local 95-95A Training Fund, which teaches the fundamental knowledge and career skills required in the ever-changing workplace. Connie’s experience with MOC, Inc. began in 2000 in the role of controller. She brought with her 16 years of prior experience in the industry as Assistant to the President at A-Air Company and IPMR.
WBENC Certified – Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
NAWBO – National Association of Women Business Owners
WELD - Women for Economic and Leadership Development
BOMA International – Board Member
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 95 Training Trust Fund – Board Member
MOCA – (Managers Owners and Contractors Association) - Member
Pittsburgh Health & Welfare Board – Board Member
Energy Star Partner
Justin Greenwald serves as the Vice President for MOC, Inc. His responsibilities include maximizing the company's operating performance and achieving its financial goals. He meets these goals by maintaining awareness of competitors, expansion opportunities, customers, markets, and new industry developments and standards. Justin joined the MOC, Inc. team in 1999 and has held positions of increasing responsibility across multiple areas of the business over the past 20 years.
Justin also serves as MOC, Inc.’s Systems Administrator. He is responsible for maintaining MOC, Inc.’s IT infrastructure, including maintaining MOC, Inc.’s website, directing social media campaigns, deploying hardware, managing communications service contracts, and providing day-to-day support to the users of MOC’s IT systems. Mr. Greenwald has 15 years of experience in the deployment of CMMS & facilities management software. Working directly with customers, Justin integrates CMMS and other technological tools that allow customers to better manage their facilities. Justin holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Duquesne University.
IUOE Local 95 Training Trust Fund - Board Co-Chairman
Engineers Society of Western Pennsylvania
Energy Star Partner
Senior Project Manager
Rick is responsible for the implementation of company-wide policies and procedures. He oversees our team of 57 Local 95-95A operating engineers and control technicians. Mr. Watenpool has 42 years of experience in the RHVAC industry. His areas of expertise include technical support, problem identification and troubleshooting, assessments of building conditions and operations, project management and planning, chilled water and boiler plants, heating and cooling water systems, preventive maintenance programs, electrical systems, building automation, fire life safety, and air distribution systems.
An avid educator, Mr. Watenpool serves as an instructor for the Pittsburgh Operating Engineers Training Trust Fund. He was also instrumental in the development of the Homeland Security course for the International Union of Operating Engineers. Before his experience at MOC, Inc., Rick worked for Mellon Bank, Automatic Controls, Inc. and McDonald Heating and Air Conditioning.
Association of Energy Engineers-CEM designation
Building Owners & Managers Association-SMA designation
I.U.O.E.-Chief Engineer Certification
Engineers Society of western Pennsylvania
National Institute for the Uniform Licensing of Power Engineers, Inc.
With over 40 years of experience in facilities maintenance, and previous experience in construction and education, John Greenwald is a sought-after expert in the HVAC industry. John Greenwald’s experience at MOC, Inc. dates back to the company’s inception in 1984. Under his leadership (and ownership of the company 2004 to 2018), John’s vision grew MOC, Inc. from managing a single building into the premier provider of HVAC operations and maintenance in Pittsburgh. John has been responsible for the construction and/or operation of data operation centers, commercial office buildings, college and university facilities, hospitals and industrial facilities, satellite tracking stations, communication centers, and transportation facilities. He has extensive experience in critical operations, building maintenance, and energy management projects.
National Institute for the Uniform Licensing of Power Engineers
City of Pittsburgh Stationary Engineer
BOMI International R.P.A. - Real Property Administrator
Mr. Sciranka has over 40 years of experience in HVAC service and facilities management. He began his career as a commercial HVAC field technician and moved to management positions for both a major HVAC equipment manufacturer, McQuay, and one of the largest control companies in the world, Johnson Controls. Mr. Sciranka also has experience as a facility manager for Pittsburgh’s Children’s Hospital, including management of its 7,500 ton chilled water plant.
His broad experience includes customer management of both the sales and operations side of the HVAC business, as well as direct supervision of both union and non-union employees, management of mechanical and controls projects, factory start up and service of large chillers up to 1,000 ton, and the operation and maintenance of large central chilled water and steam plants. David also has expertise in the implementation of DDC controls and energy management systems.
LEED AP and Universal and Mobile Refrigerant Certification
Mr. Theil is an accomplished and highly qualified professional, demonstrating extensive facilities and property management experience. His broad experience in the industry includes real estate management roles (tenant relations/retention, construction management, hospital management, regulatory compliance), engineering roles (plant operation, energy management, CMMS), and management roles (bargaining agreements, procedure development, process improvement, OSHA compliance). John manages many types of facilities including office buildings, hospitals, museums and schools.
City of Pittsburgh Stationary Engineer’s License–First Class
N.I.U.L.P.E–First Class License
Mobile Air Conditioning Society Worldwide-Refrigerant Certification
Air Conditioning Contractors of America-Refrigerant Certification