30600 Telegraph Road, Suite 1260
Bingham Farms, MI 48025
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PE 34988 / AL [State of Alabama Engineering License]
PE 59646 / AZ [State of Arizona Engineering License]
PE 37404 / CA [State of California Engineering License]
PE 0049654 / CO [State of Colorado Engineering License]
PE 907973 / D.C [State of Washington D.C. Engineering License]
PE 78395 / FL [State of Florida Engineering License]
PE 039832 / GA [State of Georgia Engineering License]
PE 16519 / HI [State of Hawaii Engineering License]
PE 062.0484441 / IL [State of Illinois Engineering License]
PE 11500034 / IN [State of Indiana Engineering License]
PE 30732 / KY [State of Kentucky Engineering License]
PE 39605 / LA [State of Louisiana Engineering License]
PE 6201061880 / MI [State of Michigan Engineering License]
PE 52438 / MN [State of Minnesota Engineering License]
PE 26216 / MS [State of Mississippi Engineering License]
PE 2015004012 / MO [State of Missouri Engineering License]
PE 023425 / NV [State of Nevada Engineering License]
PE 24GE04743100 / NJ [State of New Jersey Engineering License]
PE 094988 / NY [State of New York Engineering License]
PE 79737 / OH [State of Ohio Engineering License]
PE 27809 / OK [State of Oklahoma Engineering License]
PE 083473 / PA [State of Pennsylvania Engineering License]
PE 119321 / TX [State of Texas Engineering License]
PE 52329 / WA [State of Washington Engineering License]
Summary of Experience:
Paul Vaulman has over 35 years of experience with equipment and systems in the field of mechanical engineering. He received his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology and his Master’s Degree in Project Management at Keller Graduate School of Management. Paul is a licensed professional engineer and is LEED AP Building Design and Construction credentialed.
Paul has extensive hands-on experience in equipment and system design, analysis, manufacturing, testing, and troubleshooting. He has worked with processes, equipment, and systems in residential, commercial, and industrial construction and aerospace industries. Areas of experience include plumbing, HVAC, refrigeration, process heating, and fire protection systems; oil and biofuel processing, backup power generation, conveying systems, open and closed loop operating systems, and automation. Equipment and systems involvement has included, but is not limited to, elevators, escalators, refrigerated warehouses, glass melting and heat treat furnaces, heat exchangers, distillation columns, gas separation, metal recycling, wastewater treatment and water purification, and wind turbines.
As a mechanical engineer, Paul has performed design, analysis, assessment, and troubleshooting tasks involving commercial and industrial equipment along with building systems. He has been involved with system programming, debug, start-up, and runoff processes and has experience with robotics, vision systems, position sensing, and data tracking systems. His manufacturing background includes metal fabrication, machining, finishing, and assembly processes.
Paul has performed cause & origin analysis of equipment and system failures. He has assessed flood, wind, freeze, fire, earthquake and explosion related damage and conducted post-disaster analysis of equipment and systems in determining means of restoration. Paul has been an expert in product liability, property damage, and construction defect litigation. He has worked with the international and local mechanical, plumbing, fuel gas, and fire protection building codes along with NFPA, ASTM, ASME, UL, FM, CGA, and IRI industry standards including participation in revision process meetings on the NFPA 86 Standard for Ovens and Furnaces.