MAKER: Engineering, Procurement & Construction, Inc. (EPC)
PROJECTS: At EPC’s shop in White Oak, they fabricate and assemble high quality gas processing equipment. The shop produces process plants that are dependable, safe, easy to maintain, and designed for long life with minimum maintenance, according towww.epc0392.com .
At its office in Whitehouse, EPC’s engineering, instrumentation and piping design staff use some of the industries’ most advanced design tools and software to provide superior engineered products. From simple jobs to full turnkey projects, a project manager is assigned to oversee each one and is responsible for all phases of the project, acting as the client’s primary point of contact throughout the job. Field construction is subcontracted to a qualified firm familiar with the demands and resources of the jobsite area. EPC provides a construction supervisor to work with the subcontractor and coordinate the work with the main office.
BACKGROUND: Jon Jasper began his engineering career in 1970, when he was recruited by Exxon in its refining and production divisions. He worked for its East Texas production division for six years before working for several small engineering and construction companies, including The Randall Corp.; F.P. Ross Inc., where he was a partner; RECO (Refrigeration Engineering Co.); and PetroFac Inc.
In March 1992, he and Charles Lassiter left Petrofac to get into the domestic engineering and gas plant construction business. Together they started Engineering, Procurement & Construction Inc. (EPC) After nearly 40 years in the pipeline and plant construction business, Lassiter retired in 2011. Jasper intends to stay in the plant engineering and construction business, according to its website. EPC still has some of its original construction personnel but has added drafting, management, and engineering personnel to its staff.
CONTACT: For more, visitwww.epc0392.com or call 903-939-1555