Mr. Butler graduated from Tuskegee University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. As a mechanical engineer at S-E-A, he is responsible for investigating product failures and mechanical building system failures, as well as general mechanical equipment and system issues.
Prior to joining S-E-A, Mr. Butler had over eight years experience in the fields of commercial and industrial construction. In industrial construction, he has worked with power plants, including simple and combined cycles, along with numerous chemical process plants, such as ethanol, silicon (photovoltaic grade), and chlorine production plants, along with a water treatment facility, and gold and silver purification processes. In the commercial division of construction, he has worked with the Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP), along with architectural finishes and fire suppression systems. Working with mechanical equipment such as valves, tanks, pumps (horizontal and vertical orientation), steam and gas turbines, boilers, steam traps, air handling units, and mine-specific equipment are some of the mechanical items that have been involved in each of the processes and building projects with which he has been involved. He also has extensive experience in piping (metallic and nonmetallic) installation and testing.
Currently, Mr. Butler is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), American Welding Society (AWS), and NACE International (National Associations of Corrosion Engineers).
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