Corey Zachel, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Section Manager and Senior Associate at SSOE Group, recently discussed the topic of design-build expansion projects in this Plant Engineering Magazine article. Tight project deadlines combined with competitive, rapidly changing manufacturing environments can result in a myriad of challenges—most of which are avoidable with thoughtful planning. Choosing a plan-oriented approach that brings in all parties to participate early in the design phase can eliminate issues downstream, making costly schedule delays, unnecessary rework, and production shut downs a thing of the past.
A skilled electrical engineer with 18 years of experience, Corey brings extensive knowledge to SSOE’s automotive manufacturing facilities group. He’s collaborated with multi-discipline teams on dozens of expansion projects during his tenure at SSOE, specializing in the design of electrical systems for process equipment, parts manufacturing, wastewater treatment plants, and more—all within code and industry standards.
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