Envista Welcomes Four New Experts in September
In the month of September, Envista welcomed four new experts in the US, Australia, and the UK.
Meet Envista’s Newest Additions!
Daniel Ruvalcaba, PE
Senior Project Engineer, Electrical (Houston, TX)
Daniel Ruvalcaba is a Senior Project Engineer and a licensed Professional Engineer (Electrical) with over 25 years of experience in the design of custom power distribution systems, manufacturing, and commissioning of electrical equipment. He has expertise in the operation and maintenance of electrical distribution equipment for industrial facilities with five years of experience as a Refinery Electrical Engineer and 14 years as a design engineer for various industrial plants. As a plant engineer, Daniel worked with power transformers, power distribution buildings, medium and low-voltage switchgear, and motor control centers, as well as commissioning, testing, and servicing equipment as part of scheduled maintenance plans for the facility.
Fun Fact: I am looking forward to working in this new industry, learning from my clients and colleagues and taking on opportunities in my district and the surrounding areas. I would not mind working occasionally on sites in other parts of North and South America.
Project Consultant, Mechanical (London, UK)
James Ward is a Project Consultant specialized in project management for oil and gas storage tank and infrastructure projects across the Asia-Pacific region. James' experience also includes construction project management and project feasibility works.
Kyle Baxter, PE
Project Engineer, Civil/Structural (Sacramento, CA)
Kyle Baxter is a Project Engineer with over six years of experience in the structural design and construction of a wide variety of structure types including timber, concrete tilt-up, hot rolled steel, light gauge steel, and telecommunications towers. He has worked extensively on HCAI/OSHPD and DSA projects and has a deep understanding of taking a project from design development through construction administration.
Fun Fact: My favorite part about being an engineer is solving problems and the feeling that comes with it. I am looking forward to getting licensed in Nevada so I can begin working there. I am also hoping to experience working on a CAT.
Maruf Adnan, BEng(Civil), MEng(Civil), MIEAust
Project Engineer, Civil/Structural (Sydney, Australia)
Maruf Adnan is a Project Engineer in Sydney with over 10 years of experience in the building industry as a civil engineer and project manager. He has experience working on a wide range of design and construction projects in residential and commercial sectors and insurance repair projects. He has managed jobs ranging up to $3 million and has experience working through the entire life cycle of a project from the conceptual design through to construction supervision, working alongside clients, architects, engineers, and tradesmen. Maruf's technical experience includes consultation, superintendent, and expert witness following construction failures or defects requiring forensic investigations. He has a thorough understanding of the Building Code of Australia and Australian Standards and their application to residential/commercial and strata properties.
Fun Fact: As a child, I wanted to be a Civil Engineer. My father is still an active Civil Engineer in Land Development and Infrastructure construction. When I was young, he used to take me and my brother to his several work sites during our school holidays. I loved those days out with my father. This inspired and pushed me towards civil engineering similar to my father.