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

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ECCI engineers help facilities create dependable operations by evaluating mechanical integrity of vessels and process piping on schedules fit to facility maintenance programs. Mechanical Integrity evaluations allow facility managers to establish long-term, dependable maintenance schedules and minimize production down-time.

 

 

ECCI Professionals Specializing in Mechanical Integrity

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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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Don Kite, Project Manager, Chemical Engineer


Don Kite is ECCI's Texarkana office manager. A chemical engineer by training, Mr. Kite's successful industry experience allows him to understand the impacts of regulatory programs and identify cost-effective ways to eliminate regulatory road blocks and barriers.

Louisiana Tech University, BS Chemical Engineering

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