Bill is the Technical Director for PDMS, Inc. He has over 40 years of experience in the vibration analysis and rotating machinery field. Bill's field experience includes machinery troubleshooting, balancing, alignment, structural analysis, transient testing, and commissioning of rotating equipment. He was with PSEG Power from 1986 to 1999 as a Sr. Test Engineer. While with PSEG he actively worked on the development of the companies PdM program and was actively involved in the IST program. He began his rotating machinery career with Bently Nevada Corporation, where he became the Northeast Regional Manager for Mechanical Engineering Services. He has an AAS in Product and Machine Design from the State University of New York at Alfred. He has held multiple Board of Director positions for the Vibration Institute and is a certified Vibration Analyst Category IV.
Amy has more than 20 years of experience in various sales and marketing roles. Most recently she worked for an international company marketing late phase clinical research and related services, including patient registries, pharmacovigilance, risk assessment and epidemiology services. Prior to that she worked at an industry non-profit organization focused on continuing education and a pharmaceutical services company offering interactive voice response systems. Ms. Wynn started her career in the steel industry, first at a thermocouple manufacturing facility and then for a multi-national furnace engineering firm that designed and built steel processing furnaces. She joined Predictive Maintenance Solutions in 2013 in the Business Development department and became co-owner in 2014. She was the Director of Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology for three years. She is a Certified Vibration Analyst Category I and received the Motion Amplification Level I Certification. She received her BS in Quantitative Business Analysis from Pennsylvania State University. Amy is an avid platform tennis player and is currently working on lowering her golf handicap.
Rich is the Senior Test Engineer for PdMS, Inc. Rich worked at Public Service Electric and Gas (PSEG) for 33 years prior to retiring in September 2010. He started his career at PSEG as a Test Engineer within their test lab, completing performance testing and NDE testing at all PSEG site, including nuclear facilities. He then moved into Senior Test Engineer role, supporting multiple groups during facility outages and reworks. In 2007, he moved into the Supervising Test Engineer position where he took responsibility of personnel management, support of nuclear refueling outages, master project planning and scheduling.
Russ is a Senior Test Engineer for PdMS, Inc. As a Vibration Institute Category III Certified Vibration Analyst, he interprets data to derive information the client needs to maintain and improve productivity through reliable machines and better performance. Russ is Certified Level I Motion Amplification, MLA I in Lubrication, and ISO Category III certified through Technical Associates. He received his Associate of Applied Sciences from University of Northwestern Ohio and . Prior to joining PDMS, Russ worked at Technical Associates of Charlotte, SKF USA, and Allied Reliability Group.
Mark's utility experience includes 23 years nuclear and 7 years fossil. He has engineering expertise in main turbine and generator mechanical, turbine/generator auxiliary systems, and diverse balance-of-plant mechanical equipment. Specialized experience in main turbine/generator major centerline overhaul outages. Experience extends to both combustion and steam turbine technologies of primary manufacturers. Expertise also includes troubleshooting, diagnostics, and repair of rotating equipment. Extensive balance-of-plant engineering knowledge supporting critical equipment such as; boiler feed pumps, circulating water/service water/condensate pumps, ASME Code applications, turbine valves, EHC/auto stop systems, and various heat exchangers.
Chuck comes to PdMS with 35 years of experience working exclusively on large steam turbine generator outages. His expertise lies in planning, scheduling and executing turbine generator dismantle inspections and startup. Most recently, Chuck provided consulting and oversight for dismantle inspection at large utility companies such as PSEG, Luminant and Covanta. Throughout his career, Chuck has honed his strong alignment, data acquisition and evaluation skills to assist clients in managing outages. Chuck is a graduate of the College of New Jersey with a major in Industrial Arts.