Kurt McCulloch | General Manager
Kurt McCulloch began his HVAC career in 1991 by attending the Trane graduate training program. Later that same year he joined the centrifugal chiller marketing department in La Crosse, WI. After a short time in La Crosse, WI he transferred to the Hubert Trane Service Agency, a Trane franchise in Grand Rapids, Michigan as an Account Manager. In this new role he managed owner direct sales serving the commercial, institutional and industrial markets of West Michigan. He later re-joined the Trane Company in 1996 after the office was purchased by Trane. During his tenure he held various leadership roles that included Account Executive, Team Leader, General Sales Manager and District Direct Sales Manager that included both Chicago, Northern Indiana and West Michigan for Trane and Hussmann Refrigeration. He earned several awards for Leadership, Top Performing Office, and Comprehensive Solutions Gold Award for the first LEED Hospital East of the Mississippi River. He transferred to the air conditioning capital of the world in Houston, TX to work for the Hunton Group as Sales Manager for Hunton Trane. At Hunton Trane he managed the sales, estimating, inside sales support teams, and business performance for the greater Houston territory. With his extensive knowledge and leadership, he was most recently promoted to be the General Manager of Convergentz, a division of the Hunton Group. Kurt regularly participates in national corporate initiatives, including new systems and product development and market strategy and direction.
Kurt has been an active member of the Houston ASHRAE chapter and is currently the Houston Chapter President. Other industry affiliations include TEMA, ACHE, and HAAHE. Kurt earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, from the University Of Minnesota Twin Cities. He currently resides in Sugar Land with his wife and four children. In his spare time, Kurt enjoys coaching, fishing, hunting and watching his kids play in all kinds of sports activities such as hockey, lacrosse, basketball, baseball and gymnastics.