Established in 1980, our expertise in the boiler and controls field coupled with a stellar reputation for quality service led California Boiler to grow operations and expand its customer base across the entire state of California.
President and CEO | Huntington Beach
Throughout his career, Gary has helped major manufacturers in the building industry innovate, optimize operations, significantly grow market share and revenue, and strengthen their leadership position. Before joining California Boiler, Gary was the President of Aquatic Bathware (also know as Lasco Bathware), the largest manufacturer of Bathware in North America. Prior to Aquatic, Gary held senior executive positions at several subsidiary companies of Lennox International Inc., a global leader in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration markets.
Sr Vice President-Sales | Huntington Beach
John Clarkson joined California Boiler in 1984 and has played a major role in the expansion and success of the company. During his tenure, Clarkson has worked closely with key manufacturers in development of ultra low NOx and high efficiency equipment designed to comply with California's regulatory requirements. As Vice President of Sales, Clarkson oversees all equipment sales including applications engineering and specifications. Prior to joining California Boiler, Clarkson served as Service Manager and Service Technician for Porter Boiler Service. Clarkson received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from California State of Long Beach.
Chief Financial Officer | Huntington Beach
Rich Bertoni joined California Boiler in 2008. As CFO, Bertoni's responsibilities include directing accounting activities, comprehensive financial planning and financial reporting for California Boiler. Prior to joining California Boiler, Bertoni spent 30 years as a finance executive in both large and medium size companies. He earned his CPA while working for the public accounting firm of Arthur Young & Co.
Marin French Cheese's plant boiler facility needed to be replaced as their aging boiler was not capable of meeting capacity requirements and was operating on #2 fuel oil.