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Coffman’s Kruger Obtains Professional Engineering License

Mar 4, 2021 | Engineering, Right Moves

Right Moves - Clayton Kruger
Coffman Engineers (Coffman) has added additional process engineering resources with Clayton Kruger obtaining his professional process engineering license. Kruger joins Senior Process Engineer, Jeremy Kovacevich, a recent hire in early 2020. Together they have expanded their process engineering capabilities to an already established list of services to the oil and gas industry. A graduate from Montana State University with a degree in chemical engineering and biological engineering, Kruger offers Coffman’s refining/oil and gas clients insight on their operational system performance through hydrocarbon processing modeling, process controls, safety relief and vessel/piping fitness for service, stress analysis, equipment and material selection, vessel design, industrial process, and piping system design for both brownfield and greenfield designs. He has been with Coffman since 2015 and continues to take Coffman’s industrial mechanical designs to new innovative levels.
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