Sitton Energy Solutions Adds Padrick Mulligan as Energy Analytics Engineer

St. Louis (March 4, 2016) … Sitton Energy Solutions today announced it has added Padrick Mulligan, of Edwardsville, Ill., as an Energy Analytics Engineer.  Mulligan will be responsible for delivering energy data analytics solutions to Sitton customers, including automated data collection, benchmarking, Measurement & Verification (M&V), and fault detection and diagnosis (FDD) capabilities. The documented results of Sitton’s solutions deliver an industry-leading ROI by decreasing energy costs, decreasing O&M costs, and increasing the safety, health, and productivity of facilities’ occupants.

“Padrick is an outstanding addition to our team.” commented James Dice, Sitton Energy Solutions’ Lead for Analytics Sales and Execution. “His knack for turning raw data into valuable insights, along with his experience with building automation systems, will allow him to make an immediate positive impact for our clients.”

Prior to joining Sitton Energy Solutions, Mulligan served as Implementation Specialist at Control Graphics, where he was responsible for the implementation of complex building automation system graphics solutions. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Sitton Energy Solutions is an independent energy consultant offering strategic energy management services to maximize the value of facilities, while reducing energy usage and operating and maintenance costs. The firm, which has helped its clients save over $23 million in costs, has offices in St. Louis, Mo., and O’Fallon, Ill.  To learn more, call 314-309-2029 ext 115, or visit

Headed by a 35-year veteran of the design and construction industry, Sitton Energy Solutions provides a range of tailored, hands-on services to help facility owners improve the performance of their facilities and capital projects, while saving money. The firm’s unique approach focuses on maximizing collaboration among all stakeholders and applying the latest technology. To learn more, visit