New, Expanded Operations
Wellons is pleased to announce the recent addition of Wellons Power Group, a new division of Wellons, Inc.
Wellons Power Group will be based out of the Southeast U.S. with their main office located near Atlanta, Georgia.
Our new WPG division is comprised of long-term McBurney Corporation personnel:
- Mike Cantrell, Vice President – Mike brings more than 30 years of industry experience to Wellons Power Group. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and the former VP Engineering for McBurney Corporation. In this position he was responsible for all engineering and field service activities including leading the development of McBurney’s boiler design capabilities as an OEM.
- Hayward Murphy, Construction Manager – Hayward was with McBurney for 37 years. His responsibilities are sales and execution of boiler M&R and retrofit projects; and assisting with labor estimating and staffing of large EPC projects.
- John Sandmann, Field Service Manager – John was with McBurney for 34 years. His experience includes commissioning of biomass plants and engineering of instrumentation, controls, electrical (ICE). He has managed both ICE and field services and will continue this work for Wellons Power Group.
- Ray Wallace, Senior Power Engineer - Ray was with McBurney for over 20 years as lead mechanical engineer, project engineer, and senior boiler designer. He will be fulfilling the same role for Wellons Power Group.
- Ronnie Matkin, Senior Field Superintendent - Ronnie was with McBurney for 38 years. He will handle maintenance and repair work, execution of new boiler and energy projects, and assist with boiler commissioning, mechanical inspections, and sales of M&R projects.
- Michael Culver, Business Development - Michael was with McBurney for 28 years. He has extensive industry experience and will be responsible for business development for Wellons Power Group.
- Dan Lightfoot, Sales – Dan was with McBurney for 15 years. He will be responsible for outside sales and assisting with project management for Wellons Power Group.
WPG brings new resources to Wellons. First, and most important, is our ability to design and supply larger biomass boilers to the forest products and pulp & paper industries, as well as others like the sugar industry.
The WPG division also brings a resource of people for maintenance and repair work, and craftsmen for installation of new equipment.
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