CLEVELAND, OH – 06-05-2018 (Press Release Jet) — E2G|The Equity Engineering Group, Inc. (E2G) today announces the appointment of Valerie Magyari, Principal Engineer, as Senior Vice President of Business Development.Ms. Magyari is a seasoned professional with over 20 years of industry experience, including 15+ years committed to serving E2G clients.
“Valerie brings a tremendous amount of industry experience, and a passion for delivering innovative solutions to address our clients most challenging problems, making her the perfect choice for this executive leadership position with E2G.Clients can remain confident that E2G will continue to deliver practical solutions using the skills and experience of our Subject Matter Experts combined with innovative products and services,” said David A. Osage, P.E., ASME Fellow – President and CEO of E2G|The Equity Engineering Group, Inc.David went on to explain, “Valerie’s experience seamlessly aligns with E2G’s team of innovators, who are committed to continuous improvement of our resources to enable engineers and inspectors to make effective decisions to keep refining, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer, and other facilities safe and operating at maximum capacity.”
Ms. Magyari shared, “I am excited to accept this appointment and continue to serve E2G’s clients by ensuring we take the time to listen to and understand their needs, then leverage the expertise of our team members to identify and provide solutions that meet their needs, while delivering products and services that exceed their expectations. E2G team members are innovators responsive to changing industry needs and focused on providing valuable consultation and products that are designed, built, and supported by industry experts who, in many cases, were instrumental in developing, maintaining, and updating the codes and standards they are based on.”
Ms. Magyari will represent a wide variety of products and services provided by E2G, including:
E2G combines core consulting services to create a Life-Cycle Management (LCM) process that ensures equipment safety and reliability from design to retirement.The LCM process covers equipment from design to retirement and is defined as the process of managing the entire life-cycle process of fixed pressurized equipment including new construction, in-service use, repair if required, and retirement.The key elements of the LCM Framework are Damage Mechanism Identification, Construction codes and standards, in-service inspection codes, FFS Standards and Post Construction and Repair guidelines.
E²G is the recognized leader on aging infrastructure service and support for the oil, gas, and petrochemical industry. E²G significantly invests its resources in the committees that drive our industry, specifically, the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). It is the investment of our professional staff and our continued commitment to API and ASME Committees that provides us with a unique opportunity to preserve the quality and reputation of the oil and gas industry through educational programs and publishing and presentation of technical reports that align with our core values of sharing knowledge and transferring expertise.
Software by E2G offers state-of-the-art desktop and cloud based tools that engineers and inspectors need to make the right decisions in keeping refining, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer, and other facilities safe and operating at top capacity. E2G’s software was developed by our own industry-leading engineers to deliver expert analysis with an interface that is intuitive to make the process less complicated, while delivering high-quality, expert responses to guide the user’s decision-making.E2G’s experts are dedicated to advancing the technology, serving as leaders in industry committees (API/ASME 579, API 581, 520, ASME B 313.3), and continually improving the software with the latest committee approved changes often before they have been published.
The Equity Engineering Practices® (EEPs) are a collection of detailed and customizable Best Practices integrated with a customizable management system provided to satisfy the requirements of Process Safety Management (PSM). Originally developed over two decades ago, the EEPs have been used on countless capital and maintenance projects across multiple industry segments and have been continuously updated and expanded to align with changing RAGAGEP requirements and customer needs. What sets the EEPs apart is that they are customized by the client and are maintained by E2G. This means each aspect of the product, including technical content, is fully customizable to meet individual client needs and preferences.
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E²G|The Equity Engineering Group, Inc. is an employee-owned engineering firm focused on providing specialized consulting services for new and aging infrastructure in refining, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer, and other facilities. E²G’s goal is to develop and transfer technologies that help clients improve plant profitability by maximizing equipment availability, managing risk, and controlling fixed-equipment costs.For more information, please visit www.EquityEng.com and follow us on LinkedIn.
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