PAT LOGUE
SPECIFIC AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Electrical Engineering PE
Project and Site Management
Calculations, Design, Construction, Installation, Commissioning, Start-ups
PLCs
DCS’s
Instrumentation
Power Distribution
Variable Speed Drives
Motors and Generators

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND:

Pat Logue started his career in the steel related industry at General Electric where he spent 13 years as a Senior Field Engineer working on a full range of equipment including; Plate Mills, Hot Strip Mills, a Two-Strand Slab Caster, seamless pipe mills, rotary furnace drives, a Blast Furnace Skip Hoist, BOFs, rod mills, and Reversing Cold Mills.  His next 14 years he spent at Tippins Incorporated where he held various positions including Fellow Engineer, Drives Manager, Senior Design Engineer where he was in charge  of the selection of electrical drives, writing specifications, supervision of engineers, drive design, and field installation and commissioning. From Tippins he went to work for four years at Prosoft Automation where he worked as a Sr. Electrical Engineer where  he was responsible for the design of drives and controls, supervision of crafts, cable schedules, sizing transformers and circuit breakers, motor control centers, designing control panels, commissioning, and field engineering.  For the last six years he has been working for Techco Inc as a Sr. Electrical Engineer where he is responsible for design, budget, estimate, schedule, supervision of crafts, and commissioning of various projects including Aluminum Plate Mills, Steckel Mills, Cold Mills, and Hot Strip Mills.

Education:

University of Pittsburgh
BSEEcum Laude


















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