Who We Are
At F+F Mechanical we believe that success is propelled by integrity, quality and collaboration - ideals that have been part of the organizations philosophy since its inception.
As the Founder and President, Mario provides executive oversight to the field and administrative operations of the company. He founded F+F Mechanical in 1982 and grew the business from a small commercial plumbing and heating company to the organization it is today. Under Mario's guidance, sheet metal fabrication and installation was incorporated into the organization in 1991, allowing F+F to provide customers seamless coordination between sheet metal and mechanical installation.
Mario has over 60 years of commercial mechanical construction experience including 13 years in Europe and over 37 years with F+F Mechanical. Prior to founding F+F, Mario held supervisory positions on several high profile projects throughout Connecticut including the former New Haven Coliseum, the New Haven Wastewater Treatment Plant, and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Corporate Campus in North Haven.
Mario maintains several occupational trade licenses including: P-1, Plumbing & Piping Unlimited Contractor, S-1, Heating, Piping, Cooling Unlimited Contractor, SM-1, Limited Sheet Metal Contractor, and F-1, Fire Protection Unlimited Contractor.
Frank is responsible for providing executive oversight for all financial, accounting and administrative functions. He reviews and administers all purchase orders and contract agreements, manages insurance and bonding issues, and directs all human resources, finance and accounting activities.
Prior to joining F+F, Frank was a Senior Project Manager for Clark Construction in Bethesda, MD. While at Clark, he planned, monitored, and supervised on-site construction activities on many major projects including The Capital One Arena, the U.S. Botanic Garden, the Washington DC Headquarters for the Kaiser Family Foundation, and a data center for AT&T.
Frank is active in the local business community, as a former member of the Foundation Board for the Hospital of Saint Raphael as well as a past President of the Association of General Contractors of Connecticut. He has a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Quinnipiac University, and a Master of Business Administration in International Business from the George Washington University. He also has a diploma from the Construction Management Program at New York University.
Joe Ferrucci, AIA, LEED AP
Joe is responsible for providing executive oversight to the Design and Coordination and pre-fabrication functions. In addition to supervising the coordination staff, Joe oversees the implementation of new and emerging information technologies with the goal of keeping the organization on the leading edge of the fast evolving construction industry including use of such applications as Building Information Modeling (BIM), Lean construction techniques, and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD).
Joe has several years of experience working in the building industry as an Architect and Professor. Prior to joining F+F Mechanical, he worked for several Connecticut based design firms. His experience includes work on a variety of projects including the Residential Village for Eastern Connecticut State University, the Killingly High School and Vocational Agricultural Facility in Killingly, CT, the renovations and additions to the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, the proposed Ambulatory Care Center for the University of Connecticut Medical Center at Rentschler Field, and the additions to the Central & Sterling Power Plants for Yale University. As a Lecturer for the University of Kentucky, College of Design, Joe was awarded the Tau Sigma Delta, Silver Medal, Teacher of the Year Award.
Joe currently sits on the Board of the Construction Institute, the AGC Foundation, the Lean Construction Institute, Southern New England Community of Practice, Local 40 Sheet Metal Workers JATC, and teaches Building Information Modeling as a registered instructor for the AGC of Connecticut. Joe is a registered Architect in Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts. He has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from The Catholic University of America and a Master's degree from the Yale School of Architecture.
John Ferrucci, LEED AP
John is responsible for providing executive supervision for every project. In addition to maintaining liaison with clients, vendors and subcontractors, his responsibilities include oversight of all project management, and field operations. He has extensive mechanical contracting experience which includes advanced knowledge of commercial mechanical systems and sheet metal fabrication and installation.
John is active in the mechanical and sheet metal industries. Nationally he is a board member of Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA). Locally, he sits on the boards of both the Mechanical Contractors Association of CT and the Associated Sheet Metal & Roofing Contractors of CT. He is also a Health Fund Trustee for Plumbing & Pipefitters Local 777 and a Local Pension Trustee for Local 40 Sheet Metal Workers. In addition, he is chairman of the Negotiating Committee for Local 777 and sits on the negotiating committee for Local 40.
After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Fordham University, John completed the Trane Graduate Engineer Training Program. He has several occupational trade licenses in Connecticut including: P-1, Plumbing & Piping Unlimited Contractor, S-1, Heating, Piping, Cooling Unlimited Contractor, and SM-1, Limited Sheet Metal Contractor.