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Ronald G. Dulceak

Head of Facilities

The Morton Arboretum

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The Morton Arboretum

4100 Illinois Route 53

Lisle, Illinois,60532

United States

Company Description

That's why The Morton Arboretum is committed to scientifically informed action, both locally and globally. It's why we champion trees through scientific study, conservation, education, and outreach. It's why we protect and plant trees in a 1,700-acre outdoor l... more

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Employment History

Chief Engineering Manager

COD


Chief Operating Engineer

College of DuPage


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napervillesun.suntimes.com

The cafeteria station has counted more than 40,000 bottles, said Ron Dulceak, COD chief engineering manager.
Since August, the education center stations have saved about 4,000 bottles and the CHC stations 2,000. Dulceak said he first saw the product in a facilities magazine. After he researched several vendors, Elkay agreed to donate the first one. Within a week of installation, Dulceak said, feedback was positive. "Employees were the first to begin using it, and people were coming up to me and saying, 'Why didn't COD put this in years ago?'" he said in a press release. "Then word began to spread, and we decided to incorporate stations into the new buildings." Bottles must be 16 ounces and larger, and can be purchased at the COD Bookstore or brought from home. A sensor offers touchless operation, so users set their bottles on the fill mat without needing to press any buttons. Each unit, which includes a drinking fountain, costs about $1,200, with filter cartridges at $125 per 3,000 gallons of water used, Dulceak said. The college plans to install stations during renovations of the McAninch Arts Center, Physical Education Center, Student Resource Center and Seaton Computing Center. Stations also will be added to the Technical Education Center, and Health and Science Center. "It would be ideal if we could eliminate disposable plastic water bottle consumption on campus," Dulceak said.


www.legat.com [cached]

"The goal of the renovation was to get rid of the institutional look and create a warm, inviting place for students to gather, eat, study and relax," said Ron Dulceak, chief engineering manager at COD.
"With the warm lighting and the acoustics due to the new carpeting and ceiling tiles, we've accomplished that." more » Features include new countertop seating along the cafeteria's curved glass wall, where single students can eat or work on their laptops; a translucent panel system that acts as a screen between the dining area and the recessed vending machines; colored ceiling grid and acoustical ceiling tiles; and energy-efficient lighting. "After nearly 30 years, it was time to give the cafeteria a new look," Dulceak said. "So far, the feedback has been extremely positive."Watch a video about the ribbon cutting.


www.keelynet.com [cached]

"With the reduction of electricity, the College reduces its carbon footprint because the power plants are producing less electricity," said Ron Dulceak, project manager at COD.


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