Chuck Fortner, PE is a Senior Control and Information Systems Engineer at Precision Engineering Inc. in Mobile, AL. Chuck earned a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of South Alabama in 1991.
After graduating, he worked in the industry first as a control system engineer and then as a software developer.
He joined Precision Engineering in 1998, where he has provided technical leadership, project management, and project execution for numerous control system and information system projects. This is his third year on the committee.
Represents interests of Systems integrators (Systems expertise and background).
BIO: Lenny Pousson – firstname.lastname@example.org Lenny graduated in 1980 from Leon Goudeaux High in Reserve LA and was hired as a Process Operator at CF Industries, Donaldsonville LA, in 1981. Lenny was transferred to the DCS Department in 2002 as a DCS Administrator and is responsible for all maintenance and programming of the DCS, SIS, and PLC equipment. CF began upgrading all of its operation units to CS3000 in 2005 and has completed five units as of 2012. The DCS Administrators are also responsible for assisting engineering and operations with these projects.
Roy Corbett is an Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineer at Chevron Energy Technology Company (ETC) in Houston, TX. Roy earned a Bachelors of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Liverpool, UK in 1988.
Roy started his career in electronic circuit design for Chubb Electronics in the UK where he designed Fire and Gas panels to British and European standards. He moved to GP Elliot Electronic Systems Ltd (part of ICS Triplex Group) in South London as a Fire and Gas and Safety Systems Engineer before transferring to the Houston office of ICS Triplex as a Senior Engineer. While at ICS Triplex in Houston he transitioned into Project Management. He diversified his industry experience with a move to Bechtel Corporation as a senior engineer where he worked on LNG projects including field construction, commissioning and startup assignments in Africa. He returned to Project Management when he joined Yokogawa Corporation of America and was assigned to the engineering group responsible for executing Chevron projects.
Roy joined the Process Automation-Project Support Team of Chevron Energy Technology Company in 2011. Roy is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and is a TÜV Functional Safety Engineer.
Mr. Craig has almost 35 years’ experience in process and controls engineering, with a strong batch processing emphasis in both areas. Tom holds a BS degree in Chemical Engineering and his career has been split between the chemicals industry and the control systems industry. Since 2006, Tom has been a Senior Project Manager with FeedForward, Inc., a control systems engineering company in Marietta, GA. Prior experience was gained through positions at DuPont, Yokogawa, and Reichhold Chemicals. Overall, Mr. Craig has over 25 years in successful Yokogawa systems implementation from conceptual design through commissioning and operations startup.