EPIC Systems, Inc. has announced the hiring of Thomas Crowder as modular piping designer. Crowder is a graduate of Ranken Technical College with an Associate Degree in Architectural Drafting and Structural Technology. He also received a certification for PDS Pipe and Equipment Modeling from Aiken Technical College.
Crowder brings 30 years of process mechanical design experience to EPIC Systems, specifically 3D piping design in the chemical and food/beverage industries. His past job roles include: senior process mechanical designer at Jacobs Engineering and Roeslein & Associates, senior mechanical designer at Penta Engineering and Abengoa Bioenergy, and lead piping designer at Archer Daniels Midland. While at Penta Engineering, Crowder received the Penta Achievement Award for Outstanding Job Performance, Attitude and Dedication.
Crowder’s responsibilities include design for piping, fabrication drawings and the creation of mechanical and structural models for modular process systems and pilot plants. He also works closely with engineers and project managers providing assistance and support throughout each phase of modular process systems and pilot plant projects.
“Crowder’s vast experience in diverse industrial markets will increase the capabilities of our systems design team and assist in continuing to improve design consistency and accuracy,” said Ken Sipes, Group Manager of Process and Mechanical.
ABOUT EPIC SYSTEMS: EPIC Systems, Inc. is a design, build and integration company that provides complex modular process systems and pilot plant solutions, distillation column design/build, and packaging system design/ automation. Founded in 1995, EPIC Systems, Inc. is located in St. Louis, MO USA. For more information on about EPIC’s pilot plant and other modular capabilities, visit their website.