LINCOLN, Neb.—Huffman Engineering, Inc., an engineering services firm specializing in control systems integration, recently announced its recent hiring of control systems engineer Craig Torgerson and mechanical engineer Tanner Grieve to support the company in its development and execution of turnkey automation projects for manufacturing and utility customers.
“We are pleased to bring Craig and Tanner onboard the Huffman team,” said Howard Huffman, CEO of Huffman Engineering, in a company release. “They bring excellent skills and enthusiasm to our experienced group of engineers.”
Craig Torgerson joins Huffman Engineering as a control systems engineer. Torgerson most recently served as mechanical associate at Union Pacific, where he worked with diesel-electric power systems and data center infrastructure. At Union Pacific, he managed a Locomotive Servicing Facility and oversaw mechanical and electrical service of EMD and GE locomotives. A graduate of the University of Nebraska, Torgerson gained professional experience during internships at Geist and Elkhorn Automotive.
Tanner Grieve joins Huffman Engineering as a mechanical engineer. Grieve is a recent graduate of Illinois Institute of Technology and holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering. While studying at IIT, he participated in a number of engineering projects, including co-leading an interdisciplinary team that created an interactive scientific exhibit at Chicago’s Adler Planetarium in order to increase public interest in STEM subjects.
Huffman Engineering (www.huffmaneng.com) company is a CSIA certified control systems integration company that offers turnkey engineering design and control systems integration services to manufacturing and utility customers. The company builds what it calls “robust, reliable automation systems” that meet requirements for FDA, EPA, or projects involving hazardous locations. Huffman reports that it has a 29-year history of delivering large-scale system integration projects for highly regulated industries that require clients meet stringent regulatory requirements.
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