Carl Tutt is the managing partner for Integrating Green Technologies, LLC. IGT2030 provides energy management solutions through participation in an integrative design methodology to create substantial energy savings within conventional budget limits. IGT’s second strength creates effective solutions to resolve wastewater discharge challenges in commercial facilities.
In his leadership role at IGT2030, Carl directs and executes performance driven results in sales, installation, distribution & corporate partnerships for high efficiency lighting, environmentally responsible lamp disposal and waste water management consulting.
Successfully designing and implementing FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) Control Programs that serve the needs of Commercial Food Service Establishment (FSEs) by giving them the ability to use technology and people to control FOG through measurement and verification. This helps FSEs recapture lost opportunity costs that once were considered to be uncontrollable due to the limits of conventional
Focusing on both sides of the nexus between water and energy creates profitable incentives to drive business models that increase the value of items formerly considered to be waste.
Prior to founding IGT2030, Carl created dynamic results oriented outcomes for McDonald’s Corporation. Over his 25 year career at McDonald’s, Carl established himself as a seasoned, hands-on executive well known for his ability to “execute” and drive the implementation process of various corporate strategic initiatives.
His extensive business knowledge includes operations, accounting, finance, franchising, and purchasing. Over the years he has provided leadership and direction to optimize long term sales and profit potential for company owned restaurants and franchise operators across the U.S.
Carl is very well respected among his peers for his “on the spot” problem solving ability which was often tested within the McDonald’s built environment related to new site development, existing store rebuilds, remodels and overall store reimaging initiatives.
Prior to McDonald’s, Carl worked in Commercial Banking and Public Accounting.
Carl earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting in 1982 from Chicago State University.
Carl and his wife Dee have 5 children (four boys and one girl) and four grandsons. The youngest son keeps him busy with college and football activities. He enjoys traveling, working out, chess and backgammon. He’s a golf fanatic, an avid Chicago sports fan and a member of several not-for-profit civic minded organizations that support community and family.
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