Legislator Bill Gaylor joined with Village of Lynbrook Officials to attend the Daikin groundbreaking event in Lynbrook. The 10,000 square-foot state of the art training center is part of Daikin’s multi-million-dollar commitment to train the next generation of technicians to install and service cutting edge technology in order to bridge the local skilled labor shortage gap on Long Island.
“The Daikin training center is the first step to replenish our skilled labor population in a way that Long Island will benefit in the long term,” said Legislator Bill Gaylor. “These technicians will have the opportunity to learn how to service HVAC&R products, as well as provide solutions to Long Island customers that not only reduce energy costs, but also their impact on the environment through reduced emissions.”
Shown in photo above from left to right: Legislator Gaylor; Lynbrook Mayor Alan Beach, Vice President of National Accounts and Design Center Strategic Development, John Fraser-Mifsud; Village of Lynbrook Trustee Laura Ryder; Village of Lynbrook Trustee Rob Boccio; Deputy Mayor of the Village of Lynbrook Mike Hawxhurst; Nassau IDA Chairman Richard Kessel; Superintendent of Lynbrook Schools Melissa Burak.