ECCI • 13000 Cantrell Rd. • Little Rock, AR  72223
Phone: (501) 975-8100

 

ECCI engineers assist facility managers in assuring that facility improvements are completed according to design and on schedule. Inspection of specialty designed vessels at the fabricator, and at delivery prior to acceptance, identification of critical path events, and managing mechanical and electrical contractors during plant turnarounds, are areas where ECCI experience assures successful project results.

 

ECCI Professionals Specializing in Construction Management

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Bob Harrison, P.E., Principal, Mechanical Engineer


Mr. Harrison has managed hundreds of projects at industrial facilities. He regularly responds to plant failures to assess what went wrong, and then how to prevent a recurrence, but more importantly what steps to take in the interim to get the plant back “up.” Mr. Harrison regularly analyzes complex mechanical materials systems to determine how to reduce costs through increased production efficiency.

Mr. Harrison is an internationally-recognized expert in specification and use of non-metallic materials (such as FRP) in extreme temperature stressed or corrosive process environments. From problem identification, conception, design, to implementation, he stands out as ECCI’s Senior Mechanical Engineer.

University of Arkansas, BS Mechanical Engineering

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Mike Geurin, Sr. Project Manager, Mechanical Engineer


Six Sigma Black Belt, over 500 projects managed, plant friendly, always figuring out how to put a ten-pound pump into a six-pound hole. Mr. Guerin takes projects from conception, to preliminary design and cost estimating, through capital review processes, bidding, and construction inspection to on time, within budget, to completion.

University of Memphis, BS Mechanical Engineering

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Scott Toepfer, Project Manager, Project Engineer


One of ECCI's most challenging tasks is trying to get Mr. Toepfer back in the office after he visits a plant to help with a project. Mr. Toepfer is not only an extremely successful engineering project manager for plant improvement projects, but he is also a nationally recognized expert in the specifications and use of fiberglass reinforced plastic (fiberglass or FRP) and other specialty materials.

University of New Orleans, BS Engineering in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

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Sierra Morgan, E.I., Project Engineer, Mechanical Engineer


Ms. Morgan is a serious industrial mechanical engineer. She wants pumps, piping and tanks to flow as designed and to operate efficiently. Ms. Morgan became project manager early on with ECCI, and she specializes in pulp and paper and hazardous materials systems.

Louisiana Tech, BS Mechanical Engineering

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Matt Wood, Project Engineer, Mechanical Engineer


Mr. Wood has a natural "knack" at mechanical things. Through initial preliminary design and cost estimating to bidding and construction assistance, Mr. Wood has handled complex industrial mechanical designs to improve both efficiency and operating expense.

Arkansas Tech University - Russellville, Arkansas, BS Mechanical Engineering

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Kylie Parker, Project Engineer, Civil Engineer


Ms. Parker’s unique skills as a Civil Engineer and heritage as a member of the Comanche Nation, have fit well into ECCI’s organization, and quickly grown to provide roles as a leader. Ms. Parker has managed multiple Native American drinking water system improvements, and provides technical civil engineering support for industrial production improvement projects.

University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, BS Civil Engineering

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Dannia Wilson, E.I., Project Engineer, Environmental Engineer


Ms. Wilson is a rising star in areas of environmental engineering. She has successfully been the lead designer and construction supervisor of a hazardous waste landfill, and has been the lead designer for both drinking water treatment and distribution systems and wastewater collection and treatment systems. She has the ability to identify the "big picture" and the individual steps necessary to successfully achieve project goals.

Murray State College, AS Mathematics
Texas Tech University, BS Environmental Engineering
Texas Tech University, MS Environmental Engineering

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Jeremy Stehle, Environmental Scientist


Jeremy Stehle specializes in working with mining and related industries, is an experienced field construction manager, and is ECCI's lead professional for managing installation or removal of groundwater monitoring wells. His previous experience with Arkansas Game and Fish has helped him define operational approaches for facilities which protect the environment even in complex operations.

University of Arkansas at Little Rock, BS Biology

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