Envista Welcomes Two New Experts In Mexico and Chicago
In the month of May, Envista welcomed two new experts in Mexico City, MX and in Chicago, IL.
Meet Envista’s Newest Additions!
Civil/Structural Engineer (Mexico City, MX)
Alberto, a Civil/Structural Engineer proficient in both Spanish and English, has over 10 years of experience in development and design in the oil and gas, residential, and industrial sectors, as well as experience using several of the newest CAD/design software. Alberto also has some working knowledge of German and French languages.
Fun Fact: When I was a child, I didn’t have a career aspiration per se, but I was always drawn to experimentation and building things with my own hands. Now, as an engineer, my favorite part is that I get to keep hypothesizing, experimenting, and testing ideas to be able to understand in-depth how things work. I also engage in continuing education as I’m aiming to become a CFI (Certified Fire Investigator) by mid-next year.
Project Consultant (Chicago, IL)
Ehab is a Project Consultant within the Electrical department at Envista. He is knowledgeable in residential and commercial design, specifically in the installation requirements through the National Electrical Code (NEC). He has experience working in project management with multi-faceted knowledge of electrical, plumbing, and HVAC components. He has strong troubleshooting skills, along with problem-solving abilities on site. At Envista, Ehab provides quick and reliable on-site and over-the-phone investigation services, such as cause and origin of electrical failures/malfunctions, equipment loss consultation, and maintenance prevention consultation.
Fun Fact: The most interesting loss was at a new car manufacturer that specializes in manufacturing and testing lithium batteries for trucks. The loss was from two lithium battery cells that caught fire during testing. Technicians at the testing station couldn’t stabilize the fire with a fire extinguisher and had to call the fire department to stabilize the fire. As result, many of the batteries' testing equipment were affected by water damage.