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$300M ENERCON Reorganizes Top Management To Accommodate Rapid Growth

By Business Wire News   


Enercon Services, Inc. (ENERCON), a $300 million professional engineering company, announces organizational changes for Central and West Coast operations.

Dave Rencher has joined ENERCON as Engineering Manager of Central States Operations in the Kansas City office and Mike Winsor as Director of West Coast Operations in the company’s Oakland office.

President John Richardson said, “ENERCON is on track to have its best year in the company’s history. The Central and Western United States are two areas where we see significant opportunities for further expansion and growth. Dave and Mike are filling key leadership roles needed to capture those opportunities.”

Dave Rencher is a Professional Engineer with over 30 years of nuclear experience. He holds a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering, an MBA, a Senior Reactor Operator Certification, and a Project Management Professional Certification. Along with considerable leadership experience, Dave brings a strong background in Project Management, as well as Civil, Mechanical, and Design Engineering.

Mike Winsor is a Professional Engineer with over 30 years of experience in nuclear power production and project management. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. In addition to his leadership experience, Mike has expertise in managing major capital projects in all facets of design and construction.

Established in 1983, ENERCON is a diversified energy consulting company offering engineering, environmental, and management services. ENERCON is an employee owned company of over 1,750 people with 29 offices including Abu Dhabi, which operates under the name ESI-Energy Consultants and manages international marketing and operations. ENERCON’s clients include major electric utilities, oil and gas companies, municipalities, banking and real estate, the federal government and many Fortune 500 companies.

Enercon Services, Inc.
Peggy Striegel, 918-740-5584


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