Mr. Delio brings a real depth of engineering and management experience to projects and programs alike, having been self-employed in the electrical contracting business for 12 years, prior to becoming a chemical engineer. He has managed, with P&L responsibility, projects as large as $2.5 billion, spanning heavy industrial and commercial projects in the renewable energy, high-tech manufacturing, data-center, wastewater treatment, waste-to-energy, and specialty chemicals markets.
2012 Legends in Energy: Demonstrated acheivement in the fields of energy conservation, energy efficiency, demand reduction and renewable generation. Awarded in 2012.
Certified Demand-Side Manager (CDSM): Demonstrates high level of competence, professionalism, and knowledge of the principles and practices of demand-side management, for the reduction of energy consumption. Awarded in 2011.
LEED Green Associate #10315515: Demonstrates green building expertise in non-technical fields of practice, including green building design, construction and operation. Awarded 2010.
Certified Energy Manager (CEM) #17620: Demonstrates high levels of experience, competency, proficiency, and ethical fitness in the energy management profession. Awarded in 2008.
PMI Certified Project Manager Professional #512510 (PMP): Demonstrates the experience, education and competency to lead and direct projects. Awarded in 2006.
National Science Foundation Award ATE Project #98-50310/01-01311 Cross-training Technicians & Engineers for Semiconductor Manufacturing. Awarded 2004.
Intel Materials Division Recognition Award: Photo-definable polyimide development and implementation across all 200mm copper and non copper interconnect factories Awarded 2004.
Intel Environmental Bronze Achievement Award: Reducing resist usage that cuts waste and air emissions worldwide. Awarded 2004.
Intel TMG Divisional Recognition Award: Outstanding contributions to 86x Logic and 8x5 Flash process development Awarded 2003.
Intel TMG Lab Recognition Award: Development of a quick, highly reproducible Atomic Force Microscopy sidewall and step height measurement procedure. Awarded 2003.
Intel AZTech: Major improvements in a mature photo-definable polyimide process. Awarded 2003.
Intel Factory Award: Test Wafer usage reduction. Awarded 2003.
National Science Foundation Scholar Engineering Scholarship. Awarded 2000 & 2001.
National Science Foundation Scholar Molecular Medicine Grant Recipient. Awarded 1998, 1999, 2000.
National Institute of Health, Research Award for the Undergraduate: Biochemistry of E. coli fatty acid transport. Awarded 1999.
Science Engineering and Industrial Sponsors Award, A.C.S. Division of Polymer Chemistry, Division of Polymeric Materials: Outstanding Performance in Organic Chemistry. Awarded 1998.
A.C.S. Organic Chemistry Award: Best Overall Performance by a Chemistry Major. Awarded 1998.
Harvey Mudd Summer Scholar’s Award: Organimetalic hypervalency of Tin (Ns IV) tri-halides. Awarded 1998.