After attending The Ohio State University, Dave began his career at Rommel Electric Company, which was started by his father in 1956 in Salisbury, Maryland. He has earned Master Electrician licenses in Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware. Under his direction, the company developed specialties in medium and high voltage work, airport systems and lighting, and highway lighting, traffic signal, and Intelligent Transportation Systems. That led to the formation of Rommel Engineering and Construction, Inc. in 1988, a Maryland statewide highway lighting and signal contractor now located in Linthicum, Maryland. In 2011, he acquired the assets of LH Cranston & Sons, a 62 year old Mechanical & Electrical Contractor based in Baltimore. The Farfield Company was added to his portfolio in 2014.
Dennis W. Pierce
Denny joined The Farfield Company in 1972 after five years of teaching at Milton Hershey School. An "Electrician by Birth" he apprenticed with his Grandfather and Uncle before earning his Bachelor of Science in Education at Millersville University. Throughout his tenure at Farfield, he has been intimately involved in virtually all aspects of Mechanical and Electrical Construction, including Production, Procurement and Purchasing, as well as Contract Management before his promotion to Chief Operating Officer in 1998, and to President in 2007. Throughout his career, Denny has taught ABC Apprenticeship Classes as well as mentoring many young craftsmen in the trades. "To love what you do, and feel that it matters---what could be more fun?"
Edward P. Nescot
Chief Operating Officer
Ed joined The Farfield Company in July 1976 as an electrician after learning the trade at Technical Training School in McKees Rocks, PA. In 1978, Ed ran his first project as Superintendent and spent many years as a City of Pittsburgh licensed electrician running work for Farfield in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Ed relocated to Lititz in 1987 to begin a new chapter as the Manager of Pharmaceutical and Hospital work. After 13 years of success in that position, he returned to Pittsburgh as the Vice President of the Western Division. 7 years later, he moved back across the state to assume his role as Chief Operating Officer, responsible for both electrical and mechanical construction. Ed has cultivated a loyal work force that has made Farfield the strong, quality-driven contractor we are today.
Edward J. Krzanowsky
Vice President, Procurement & Purchasing
Vice President, Estimating