This week Charli K. Matthews interviews Cameron Rapoport.
Cameron Rapoport has been with The Detection Group since 2021, and with Watts Water Technologies since 2017.
Cameron is a member of the Boston Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Chapter, where he participates in the Engineering and Emerging Professionals committees, and leads training on water damage risk mitigation best practices and technologies.
In his previous position on the Watts product management team, he was recognized industry wide for his expertise in Backflow technology and applications, and was often be found leading technical and application based Backflow training for Watts customers and industry trade associations. Prior to that, he worked with AW Chesterton as an engineer and product manager, focusing on pump, valve, and flange sealing along with pumping system optimization.
Cameron holds a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
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