InterTech Gains New Plant Engineering Competencies – Expands Business and Markets

InterTech (ITL) monitors their clients’ needs and dynamically reacts to changes. ITL has the expertise needed to ensure clients can meet their expectations in the competitive marketplace.
During 2020, the year of COVID-19, ITL’s systems consistently accomplished project goals and continued to run reliably. This underscores its strength in engineering and technical skills.
Over the past year, ITL has invested in people, technologies and products, with a focus on safety. ITL continues to expand, drawing on a broad range of internal core competencies to assist clients with critical services and products.
“We bring our extensive knowledge, understanding and experience to complex problems and solve them. Then, when our clients ask us to do something else, they worry less. Every time we repeat that, they worry less. We become an extension of their engineering team. We want to become a valuable asset for our clients.” – John Bailey, InterTech, PE, PMP
Recent Successes:
Recent Accomplishments:
All west coast office staff members completed 30 hours of OSHA safety training.
ITL expanded the west coast engineering staff adding designers and CAD personnel – and doubling the Autodesk Plant 3D seats.
ITL staff expansion also included increasing structural and electrical power engineering resources.
ITL increased the number of certified project manager professionals (PMP), licensed engineers (PE) and Engineering certified (FE) staff members, ensuring that every project has access to well-trained engineers and senior-level resources.
About InterTech
For over 35 years InterTech has provided clients value by performing plant engineering services with integrity, skill, and efficiency. We’re involved in every aspect of production. Our broad experience can inform your decisions and avoid costly changes.
Source: InterTech