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Chubb Engineering Names Sheddrick VP

Article-Chubb Engineering Names Sheddrick VP

Chubb Engineering Names Sheddrick VP

Kevin Sheddrick, P.E., has joined Chubb Engineering LLC as vice president.  

Sheddrick was graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science from Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS. He has held key engineering and management positions with several tank manufacturers, including Maloney Crawford, Peabody TecTank (currently CST), Boss Tank, and Tank Connection. Sheddrick has also been an instructor for CEU courses, a seminar presenter at trade shows, and has been active on several industry technical committees.

“The addition of Kevin to our staff allows us to continue providing high quality design engineering services to our clients in a timely fashion,” said Gary Chubb, president of Chubb Engineering. “Kevin will be a key asset and major contributor to our continued growth and recognition in the industry.”  

Sheddrick will be responsible for all technical aspects of the business including design functions, computer programming, project management, and code compliance. Sheddrick will also continue active participation on technical committees.

Chubb Engineering LLC provides primary structural and civil design engineering services to manufacturers of storage tanks, filtration systems, bulk material handling equipment, and power distribution equipment. The company also provides design services for retrofit and modification of existing storage tanks, forensic investigation, failure analysis, and manufacturing support services. Chubb Engineering’s services have been provided for projects in all 50 states and five continents.


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