Enerquip is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan Perrin to its talented Design Engineering team.
In this role, Perrin will develop fabrication drawings for heat exchangers, condensers, and bayonet heaters, amongst other process equipment. In addition, Enerquip’s Design Engineers perform thermal calculations and interpret prints and other specifications to develop innovative thermal solutions for our customer’s production processes.
Perrin recently earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. In addition to his degree, he had the opportunity to gain engineering experience through summer internships at Sierra Pacific Windows.
“We’ve had Ryan on our radar for quite some time, and we’re excited to formally welcome him to the team,” says Tim Strebig, Operations & Facilities Manager. “His Wisconsin work ethic will fit right in and will prove to be an asset to the team and to our customers.
A Medford native, Perrin is eager to grow his talents in his hometown. “I really enjoy the process of thinking through a piece of equipment, designing a digital version, and then seeing it come to life,” says Ryan Perrin, Enerquip Design Engineer.
Perrin’s hobbies include golf, hockey, hunting, fishing, and anything else in the outdoors.