SNP Technical Services is excited to report our participation in the Georgie-Odette Leadership Symposium on November 17th, 2016. Richard Letts, MBA, COO and Fonda Asprakis, P.Eng, VP Engineering, represented our firm.
The Georgie-Odette Leadership Symposium is an annual event targeted at students and business professionals bringing together proven business leaders who speak on various aspects of successful leadership. It is funded by the Richard Peddie Leadership (RPLI) initiative in order to help develop students’ leadership capabilities at the University of Windsor
Both Richard and Fonda are alumni of the University of Windsor, and were blessed to have the opportunity to participate in the session 'Coffee with Sergio Marchionne', CEO of Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles, who is also an alumni of the U of Windsor.
SNP is looking forward to future editions of this event.
SNP Technical Services is proud to report that Joshua Lewis, our Energy Group Manager, was recently asked to be a speaker at the IESO Auto Industry Energy Efficiency Roundtable, hosted in Windsor on November 3rd, 2016.
This event marked the first time that all of the companies who assemble vehicles in Ontario (Ford, GM, FCA, Honda, and Toyota) were together in one room to discuss their energy efficiency goals, success stories, and challenges that they face.
Joshua's involvement was specifically requested for this event, as he is recognized as one of the leading authorities on energy efficiency in the automotive sector. His presentation was very well received and gave the participants renewed enthusiasm to achieve energy savings through operational changes, maintenance efforts and capital projects.
A short video clip of Joshua presenting can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/PehgW0nvJRI
SNP Technical Services is pleased to announce they have been accepted as a qualified technical services provider (QTSP) for the CME Smart Green program.
The SMART Green Program is open to small- and medium-sized manufacturers throughout Ontario and provides assistance in the form of non-repayable grants of 50% of eligible costs up to $200,000. The program will improve the competitiveness of the Ontario manufacturing supply chain by not only delivering value to the SME-eligible manufacturers, but also by contributing to Ontario’s 2020 targets for GHG emissions reduction.
The purpose of this Program is to support investments in technology and process improvements by manufacturers which result in GHG emissions intensity reductions and/or avoidance through upgrades to process/production equipment, deliver energy efficiency, and lead to productivity improvements, which in turn lead to lower GHG emissions on per production-unit basis; more specifically, where improvements will include new process and/or production equipment installation and associated costs.
Further information about the program can be found at: https://cmeweb.crm.eperformanceinc.com/smartgreen/
Contact SNP today to get your initial assessment underway.
On October 11th, 2016, SNP Technical Services participated as an exhibitor at the 2016 Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Environmental Health and Safety Seminar at the World Class Manufacturing Academy in Warren, MI. We would like to thank everyone who attended the show, as well as FCA, and all of the other exhibitors for their efforts to make this event one not to be missed. SNP was well represented by our team shown in the picture below. We are looking forward to following up with the contacts we made and are excited about exhibiting at future events.
SNP Technical Services is excited to announce that Joshua Lewis, EIT, CEM, has successfully completed his Certified Measurement and Verification (CMVP) designation, as offered by the Association of Energy Engineers. Joshua is the first employee of SNP to receive this internationally respected designation.
Established in 1981, the CMVP designation provides a recognizable affirmation of demonstrated competencies in a wide range of energy-related principles and practices. Professionals seeking the CMVP designation must meet a board-approved list of pre-qualifications of field experience, prior educational achievements, and a passing CMVP exam score.
SNP Technical Services is an industry leader in energy audits, studies and retrofits. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you understand and minimize your facilities energy usage.
SNP would like to extend our congratulations to Mussayab Ehtesham, Mechanical Engineer, on his successfully application for his P.Eng designation from the Professional Engineers of Ontario. Mussayab has been employed by SNP for 3 years, and over that time has worked on several major projects for our industrial clients, including a steam to natural gas conversion on several air supply units, new equipment for waste water treatment plant solids dewatering, and a weld water system energy study. In the future, Mussayab is looking forward to leading more projects for SNP, as well as acting as a mentor for our junior engineers.
SNP Technical Services Inc. has been working alongside the University of Windsor in support of the Science without Borders (SwB) program. This program offers a scholarship to some of Brazil's brightest students. From September to December of this year SNP will be hosting a Brazilian student. This semester we are pleased to introduce Vanessa Oliveira. She is an Electrical Engineering student currently pursuing a Bachelor of Applied Science at the University of Windsor. She will be working in our Research and Development department assisting our Cost Deployment specialist Amandeep Dhillon.
To learn more about the Science without Borders program please visit the following sites:
SNP's Executive Consultant, Tito R. Marzotto PE, P.Eng, (photo) was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation from the American Concrete Institute in recognition of 50 years of membership. The recognition was announced at ACI's Spring Meeting in Reno, NV on March 23, 2014. Mr. Marzotto has participated in ACI activities over the years including membership in technical committees and contributing articles for the ACI Journal.