Bowtie Engineering Appoints New O & M Manager
ATLANTA – Bowtie Engineering, (Bowtie) an electrical engineering/managed services consulting firm, announced today that the Atlanta-based company welcomed aboard Alan Crawford to further develop their growing portfolio of national accounts. Alan Crawford, comes to Bowtie with 30+ years of electrical testing, services, maintenance & sales experience. He has worked with several leading electrical services & products companies throughout his career. Alan has worked in both small and large scale projects from general electrical maintenance to full electrical startup of new facilities.
More importantly, Alan will instill Bowtie’s capabilities into the Facilities Maintenance (FM) industry to continuously reduce risk to electricians nationally and improve reliability. Alan comments “I’m excited to start this new challenge with Bowtie Engineering and fully look forward to working with the team to further develop their national presence and capabilities.” “This model will have a robust impact on meeting and exceeding the prescribed standards outlined in the 2018 NFPA 70E & and 2016 NFPA 70B,” says Alan.
Bowtie works nationally with clients on electrical power studies, electrical maintenance, electrical safety programs and electrical risk mitigation. “As part of our electrical system studies, the data supports, PPE and tools our clients need to meet industry safety requirements,” said John Welch, Bowtie Engineering CEO. “Now with more resources in the organization, we can continuously improve our brands in all areas of the country.”
John Welch, CEO, said “Alan’s experience and industry connections has already made him a key contributor to Bowtie. We view his appointment as a sign of our commitment to reduce risk nationally with electrical hazards and forever improving our assertiveness in the market to what is really happening with safety and reliability.”
Among the Engineering/Managed Services, Bowtie also has PPE products available which are arc rated flash suites, shock rated rubber gloves, insulated tools, arc rated hooded jackets, jackets and bibs, coveralls. “Having the correct PPE and tools is obviously important, but also critical today because OSHA is increasing fines for companies that experience electrical accidents, increasing fines year after year,” said Welch.
Bowtie Engineering is a solutions-based systems engineering/integrated consulting firm that specializes in electrical safety. The company, staffed by engineers and technicians trained in OSHA regulations and NFPA standards, is headquartered in metro Atlanta and has offices in Detroit. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org