Micromanagement is a company of scientists and engineers. Individually, we are accomplished experts in our respective fields. We’ve run multinational chemical companies, designed building water systems, developed game-changing disinfection technologies and led major public health initiatives.
As a team, we work together across disciplines to prevent disease from plumbing-associated waterborne pathogens, such as infection by Legionella, Pseudomonas and non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM).
We know that each building water system is unique, so first we do the work necessary to understand the details of plumbing—how the potable water is received, stored, heated, distributed and used. Because we understand building water systems in the context of the microbial ecology of plumbing-associated pathogens, we are able to identify growth supportive conditions. And our multi-disciplinary expertise underpins our design of site-specific treatment programs to establish and maintain microbial control in a wide range of facilities, from hospitals and residential care facilities to hotels, schools and office buildings.
Peter W. Johnson
Mr. Johnson, President/CEO, is an experienced chemical industry executive. Before he started Micromanagement in 2013, he was President/COO of Foamex International, a manufacturer of polyurethane foam with annual revenues in excess of $1.5 billion. Previously, he was a senior executive of ICI Americas, a multinational chemical and pharmaceutical company, where he served on the Board of Directors. He also served on the Board of Directors of Flex Products, a manufacturer of packaging products. Mr. Johnson has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Manhattan College and an MBA from the University of Delaware.
Mr. Melo, Director of Operations, is a mechanical engineer with extensive experience in plumbing design and engineering. Prior to joining Micromanagement in 2015, he was an engineer with Ventrop Engineering Consulting Group, a New York City-based engineering firm. Mr. Melo has a New York State-certified public water system (PWS) operator’s license. He has a BS in Physics/General Engineering (with a focus in Mechanical Design) from St. John’s University.
David M. Dziewulski, PhD
Dr. Dziewulski, Advisor, is a Principal of Gordon & Rosenblatt, a consulting firm. Previously, he was Chief, Water Systems Control & Analysis, Bureau of Water Supply Protection of the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). Dr. Dziewulski played a key leadership in the development and implementation of the groundbreaking regulation NYCRR Part 4 – Protection Against Legionella, for which he and his team also developed guidance documents, protocols for legionellosis investigation responses and the documents needed for compliance. He serves on the ASHRAE SPC 514P, Risk Management for Building Water Systems: Physical, Chemical and Microbial Hazards and on ASHRAE SSPC 188, Legonellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems. Dr. Dziewulski is an Adjunct Associate Professor SUNY School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health Sciences. He is a graduate of Fairfield University (BS, Biology) and the University of New Hampshire in Durham (PhD, Microbiology)
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Micromanagement offers comprehensive turnkey services for the reliable, regulation-compliant treatment of potable water systems in buildings. We help you protect your patients, residents, guests, staff and visitors from Legionnaires’ disease and other plumbing-associated infections. Call or write us today to learn more about our services.
“Our mission is to prevent plumbing-associated disease by providing simple, sustainable, science-based solutions to establish and maintain microbial control.”Peter Johnson