Strategic Development Officer
George co-founded Turbine Technology Services (TTS) with Dan Davis in the early 1980s. Serving as
President and CEO throughout the 1990s, George led TTS to prominence as an independent product,
service and construction provider.
Teleflex Corporation acquired the company in the year 2000 and George continued as President of the Turbine Technology Services group, as it assumed a new identity as part of Sermatech Power Solutions, a Teleflex company. Then in 2004, he played an integral role in a management team buy-back of TTS and the return of its legacy to the private sector.
From 2004 to 2007, George served as Strategic Development Officer, directing the company's strategic relations and technology management. His contributions in the executive team included market analysis, advertising, corporate social network development, corporate brand development, technology innovation initiatives, and providing technical and general support.
Today, George Gramatikas serves as an active board member and advisor to TTS. In addition to his prominent role
in the company, George has been serving as an international arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution® (ICDR) since 2003.
In his early career with General Electric, George developed his extensive knowledge of power generating equipment in engineering roles ranging from Mechanical Field Services to Electrical and Startup Engineer and Project Manager.
George Gramatikas earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Wentworth Institute of Technology, in Boston, where he was honored with the prestigious Beatty Award. In 2004, George earned a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Central Florida, where he is an active advocate of the UCF Executive Development Program. He is originally from the state of New Hampshire.