AUBURN — In response to increasing worldwide demand for its products and services, Clyde Bergemann Auburn, the air-gas handling division of Clyde Bergemann Power Group Americas, continues to expand its Auburn workforce. Recently the company added three positions to its engineering and technical staff.

Joining the company as project engineers are Tim Dean and Dilip Chakravarty. They are involved in projects from the time of kick-off and specification review through final design, fabrication and shipment of the equipment.

Dean, a licensed professional engineer, has extensive design and management experience with Becker Structural Engineers, Pinkham & Greer, Platz Associates, and Bechtel Power Corp. He is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he earned a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. Dean has taught computer-aided design at Central Maine Community College.

Chakravarty, also a licensed professional engineer, has in-depth experience in power and naval ship applications. Most recently he was an integrated product team leader with Pratt & Whitney in North Berwick, where his work focused on jet engine systems. He previously worked for more than 12 years in systems engineering and integration at Bath Iron Works, as well as several years in project and systems engineering for the power industry.

He holds an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology and a masters degree in computer systems management from the University of Maryland. He has taught mathematics at Southern Maine Community College.

Also joining Clyde Bergemann Auburn is Terry Scalia. As a designer-drafter, she is responsible for producing high quality design solutions and drawing/document packages. Working with a team of project managers, engineers and fellow designer-drafters, she is involved in the creation of customer and shop drawings.

Her qualifications include more than 13 years in computer-aided design in the architectural millwork and electrical fields through Bath Iron Works, Master Millwork in Wareham, Mass., and Modern Woodcrafts of Lewiston.

Clyde Bergemann Auburn develops and supplies custom-designed and fabricated air-gas handling systems, including dampers, diverters, expansion joints, stacks and exhaust system components for gas turbine and fossil-fired power plants.


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