Senior Electrical Engineer
Service Center/Region: Meridian, MS
William graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He began his career with Toshiba in Houston, TX working with a team of other electrical and mechanical engineers on electric motor design in the research and development department. After Toshiba, William moved back to Mississippi and worked at the Nissan plant in Canton, MS working as a maintenance and process engineer in the body shop. In 2010, He returned to his birthplace in Meridian, MS working for Industrial Electric Motor Works as an electrical engineer where he served as a project engineer with a focus in technical sales as well as managing large electrical projects. After Integrated Power Services acquired Industrial Electric Motor Works, William is currently the lead electrical engineer managing and overseeing the new panel shop business. He also is focusing on leading the Meridian Service Center to achieve CIPS, AOP, UCE, safety, and other business goals.
KNOWLEDGE & EXPERTISE
With almost 20 years of experience in the electrical equipment business, William has knowledge in industrial electrical sales with a background in electrical design, manufacturing, maintenance, and project engineering. William has a vast array of knowledge consisting of technical motor sales, VFDs, panel shop builds, project electrical management, solid state starters, Uninterruptable Power Systems, CAD drawings, motor control centers, switch gear, and transformers. He is also proficient in ethernet communication protocol, PLC programming, and IoT. William is UL 508A certified and manages quality control for all panel shop operations.
CURRENT WORK PROJECTS & ACTIVITY STREAMS
William recently sold, shipped, and managed two large projects with Calgon Carbon and O’Neal Engineering which provided $3.1 million in revenue. The projects included Siemens motor control centers and Toshiba VFDs which were packaged together in the new panel shop in Meridian, MS. This project also included large industrial generators, Uninterruptable Power Systems, and embedded ethernet startup support. Electrification and startup support for these jobs should be complete by December 2022. In his spare time, William enjoys Ole Miss sports and traveling to Omaha, NE for national championships.