Over 10 years with Industrial Furnace Company.
Michael began his career in the electrical field 23 years ago in the military. During that time he designed and deployed the first wireless network to be used in a combat area. During his 12 year military career, Michael attended college for his course work toward his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Nevada. After his Service, he worked in the Machine Tool Business designing "Cutting Edge" control systems for the automotive industry. In 2001, Michael re-launched his career and became a partner in an Industrial Automation Controls Company that supported IFCO's electrical controls needs. Throughout this time he engineered and installed numerous industrial burner control systems.
Recognizing the need to be a "turnkey" industrial contractor, Michael's leadership and background led to the formation of IFCO's Electrical and Instrumentation Department in 2005. While managing the day to day operations of this department, he launched the UL508A panel shop, hired and trained electricians, programmers, and electrical engineers to support E&I projects. He also was a Project Manager on several large industrial projects during this time period.
In his current role, Michael works with the Executive Management of Industrial Furnace Company to provide the best solutions for IFCO’s customers.