Schafer Joins Enerquip as a Design Engineer

Emily Schafer Joins Enerquip as Design Engineer

Enerquip is excited to introduce Emily Schafer as its newest Design Engineer.

As an Enerquip Design Engineer, Schafer crafts detailed fabrication drawings for various equipment, ranging from heat exchangers to condensers and bayonet heaters. Proficient in managing intricate thermal calculations and interpreting blueprints and specifications, she and the rest of Enerquip’s talented designers design thermal process solutions that optimize our clients’ manufacturing processes.

With a strong interest in engineering, Schafer began her journey with Enerquip as a mentorship student back in 2020 as a Medford High School Senior. Throughout her college years, she further developed her skills at Enerquip during winter and summer breaks away from college. Now, as a recent graduate of UW-Stout’s engineering technology program and armed with her completion of the SolidWorks Associate’s Exam, she’s joined Enerquip full-time as a Design Engineer.

Cameron Diedrich, Design Engineering Manager, shares his enthusiasm about Emily Schafer joining the team, stating, “Emily brings a wonderful blend of talent, dedication, and fresh perspective to our design team. Her passion for engineering and commitment to excellence make her a valuable addition to Enerquip.”

A native of Medford, Wisconsin, Schafer is thrilled to kickstart her career at Enerquip. “Returning home to launch my career is incredibly exciting,” remarks Emily Schafer, Enerquip Design Engineer. “I chose Enerquip for its collaborative atmosphere, team of talented colleagues, fantastic work/life balance, and the opportunity to tackle custom projects that push my boundaries.”

Outside of work, Schafer enjoys spending time with family and friends, doing outdoor activities, going for walks, discovering new coffee shops, and nurturing her love for gardening. Schafer is also a lifelong hockey player and was ranked number one in the state of Wisconsin during her senior year of high school.