Engineering firm opens in Durango
Enthalpy Engineering announces its opening at 570 Turner Drive, Unit C.
The business is owned by Ryan Cheese, Andy McAuley and Mathew Heaston.
Cheese is a licensed professional engineer with a masters in business administration from Arizona State University. McAuley is a process engineer with more than 36 years experience and a degree in science chemistry from Indiana University in Pennsylvania. Heaston is a design coordinator with a degree in political science from the University of New Mexico.
The firms services include engineering and design supporting the local gas, oil and energy industry focusing on optimization and safety. The business offers experience in mechanical, process engineering and piping design.
It already has expanded and recently employed Jeff Ervin a process engineer and Baron John a senior designer.
Enthalpy is an engineering term meaning the amount of energy in a system capable of doing mechanical work.
For more information, call 382-5985.