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Advanced Power and Thermal Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson, AFB, Ohio

Mark Goldstein Directory 

Nashville, Tenn. – Mark Goldstein, PE, Manager for Controls/Automation Design at Barge Waggoner, was recently tapped to co-author an article for Control Engineering magazine entitled “Exploring Controls Upfront is Key to Profitability”. The article discusses how upfront conversations on control design can lead to the ultimate enhancement in the project’s productivity and profitability. Established in 1954, Control Engineering is a monthly magazine which covers topics related to the information needs of engineering decision-makers in the global control, instrumentation, and automation marketplace. 

Check out “Exploring Controls Upfront is Key to Profitability”.

Goldstein received his Chemical Engineering degree at the University of Missouri – Rolla. He has over thirty years of experience in process instrumentation and control services in the chemical, food and beverage, metals, manufacturing and environmental control industries. Goldstein, a senior member of the International Society of Automation, is past president of the Nashville Chapter of ISA – The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society. He and wife Celia reside in Brentwood, Tennessee. 

His co-author, Rich Ryland with Rockwell Automation, is a Senior Account Manager serving complex and large industrial accounts in the chemicals, paper, carpet and US Government business segments. Ryland received his Mechanical Engineering degree at the University of Texas Tech. Following employment with Square D in Texas, he joined Rockwell Automation to pursue industrial automation sales and continues to this day consulting and working with industrial customers. 

paulbizier neews 

Nashville, Tenn. - Paul Bizier, Project Delivery Manager for Water Services at Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Inc., was recently elected and is now serving as National President for the Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI).

EWRI is a civil engineering specialty institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the country's oldest national engineering society. Its services are designed to complement ASCE's traditional civil engineering base and to attract new categories of members (non-civil engineer allied professionals) who seek to enhance their professional and technical development.

“Barge Waggoner has a long history of supporting ASCE.  From our founder, Dan Barge, to former CEO Garland Rose, employees have been active in the organization at both a local and national level,” says Bizier. “It is a privilege to continue this tradition of supporting our civil engineering profession, and I look forward to working to continue and strengthen both the Institute and ASCE.”

Bizier has 30 years of experience in engineering with over 26 years of experience in process design and analysis. His experience includes design roles in dozens of wastewater treatment facilities and process systems for activated sludge and biosolids treatment.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Central Florida as well as a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. Bizier has participated in national-level committees for both the Water Environment Federation and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He is a Board Certified Environmental Engineer. 

Nashville, Tenn. – Mark Noe, PE, and Brad Thom have joined the Water Services business unit at Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Inc.

Mark Noe directory

Noe joins Barge Waggoner as Engineering Manager in its Nashville office. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Technological University, and has nineteen years of experience in the water and wastewater industry. He was previously employed at Garver, LLC, in Franklin, Tenn. as a Senior Project Manager.

“Mark brings with him a great background in pipeline and pump station planning, design, and construction administration,” says Barney Fullington, PE, Director-Water Services for Barge Waggoner. “The addition of Mark to our group continues to strengthen our water distribution, wastewater collection, and pump system capabilities.”

Noe, a Registered Professional Engineer in three states, is certified through the National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) in three areas - Pipeline Assessment & Certification Program (PACP), Lateral Assessment & Certification Program (LACP), Manhole Assessment & Certification Program (MACP).

Brad Thom directory

Thom, a twenty-eight year professional, joins Barge Waggoner as a Senior Treatment Plant Designer in the firm’s Peachtree Corners office. He earned an Associate Degree in Drafting and Design from Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Michigan. Thom was previously with Jacobs Engineering Group, formerly Jordan, Jones and Goulding, Inc.

“Brad Thom is one of the strongest 3D treatment plant designers in the Southeast,” says Barney Fullington, PE, Director-Water Services with Barge Waggoner. “His design experience on a wide variety of water and wastewater treatment plant projects using 3D CAD enhances our abilities to provide this service to the benefit of our clients throughout the region.” 

 

 

 

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News and Events

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Advanced Power and Thermal Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson, AFB, Ohio

Mark Goldstein Directory 

Nashville, Tenn. – Mark Goldstein, PE, Manager for Controls/Automation Design at Barge Waggoner, was recently tapped to co-author an article for Control Engineering magazine entitled “Exploring Controls Upfront is Key to Profitability”. The article discusses how upfront conversations on control design can lead to the ultimate enhancement in the project’s productivity and profitability. Established in 1954, Control Engineering is a monthly magazine which covers topics related to the information needs of engineering decision-makers in the global control, instrumentation, and automation marketplace. 

Check out “Exploring Controls Upfront is Key to Profitability”.

Goldstein received his Chemical Engineering degree at the University of Missouri – Rolla. He has over thirty years of experience in process instrumentation and control services in the chemical, food and beverage, metals, manufacturing and environmental control industries. Goldstein, a senior member of the International Society of Automation, is past president of the Nashville Chapter of ISA – The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society. He and wife Celia reside in Brentwood, Tennessee. 

His co-author, Rich Ryland with Rockwell Automation, is a Senior Account Manager serving complex and large industrial accounts in the chemicals, paper, carpet and US Government business segments. Ryland received his Mechanical Engineering degree at the University of Texas Tech. Following employment with Square D in Texas, he joined Rockwell Automation to pursue industrial automation sales and continues to this day consulting and working with industrial customers. 

paulbizier neews 

Nashville, Tenn. - Paul Bizier, Project Delivery Manager for Water Services at Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Inc., was recently elected and is now serving as National President for the Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI).

EWRI is a civil engineering specialty institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the country's oldest national engineering society. Its services are designed to complement ASCE's traditional civil engineering base and to attract new categories of members (non-civil engineer allied professionals) who seek to enhance their professional and technical development.

“Barge Waggoner has a long history of supporting ASCE.  From our founder, Dan Barge, to former CEO Garland Rose, employees have been active in the organization at both a local and national level,” says Bizier. “It is a privilege to continue this tradition of supporting our civil engineering profession, and I look forward to working to continue and strengthen both the Institute and ASCE.”

Bizier has 30 years of experience in engineering with over 26 years of experience in process design and analysis. His experience includes design roles in dozens of wastewater treatment facilities and process systems for activated sludge and biosolids treatment.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Central Florida as well as a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. Bizier has participated in national-level committees for both the Water Environment Federation and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He is a Board Certified Environmental Engineer. 

Nashville, Tenn. – Mark Noe, PE, and Brad Thom have joined the Water Services business unit at Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Inc.

Mark Noe directory

Noe joins Barge Waggoner as Engineering Manager in its Nashville office. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Technological University, and has nineteen years of experience in the water and wastewater industry. He was previously employed at Garver, LLC, in Franklin, Tenn. as a Senior Project Manager.

“Mark brings with him a great background in pipeline and pump station planning, design, and construction administration,” says Barney Fullington, PE, Director-Water Services for Barge Waggoner. “The addition of Mark to our group continues to strengthen our water distribution, wastewater collection, and pump system capabilities.”

Noe, a Registered Professional Engineer in three states, is certified through the National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) in three areas - Pipeline Assessment & Certification Program (PACP), Lateral Assessment & Certification Program (LACP), Manhole Assessment & Certification Program (MACP).

Brad Thom directory

Thom, a twenty-eight year professional, joins Barge Waggoner as a Senior Treatment Plant Designer in the firm’s Peachtree Corners office. He earned an Associate Degree in Drafting and Design from Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Michigan. Thom was previously with Jacobs Engineering Group, formerly Jordan, Jones and Goulding, Inc.

“Brad Thom is one of the strongest 3D treatment plant designers in the Southeast,” says Barney Fullington, PE, Director-Water Services with Barge Waggoner. “His design experience on a wide variety of water and wastewater treatment plant projects using 3D CAD enhances our abilities to provide this service to the benefit of our clients throughout the region.” 

 

 

 

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