ROBERT W. PACK, P.E. PRESIDENT, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
The Electrical Guru
University of Arkansas
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Professional Concentration Electrical Engineering
Bob is the President, Pack Engineering, Inc. Mr. Pack has over 37 years experience in the consulting industry. His expertise is in lighting and electrical systems design for commercial buildings, with special emphasis in energy-efficient design. He has extensive experience in energy studies, and energy modeling. He has also served as the U. S. Army Signal Command, Command Engineer responsible for Army Signal Command Facilities in Southwest Asia and the Middle East.
Honors & Affiliations
American Council of Consulting Engineers of Arkansas - Past President and Board of Directors
Arkansas Association for Hospital Engineering Member
Arkansas Construction Industry -Council Member and Past Chairman
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America- Member
Bob served as the Southwest Asia Coordinator for the U.S. Army Signal Command, Command Engineer. Project included expansion to existing satellite communication sites in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Kuwait. Conversion of tactical communications to commercial communications sites in Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Pakistan, with project support for Okinawa and Korea. The construction included plant expansions, UPS upgrade, and generator design. Bob served as Supervisor of on-call architectural engineering and Corps of Engineers for Army Signal Command in Southwest Asia. He was awarded the Army Accommodation Medal for meritorious achievement as an Electrical Engineer responsible for facilities operations in Southwest Asia.
HUGH A. PACK, P.E. VICE-PRESIDENT, MECHANICAL ENGINEER
The Mechanical Expert
EducationUniversity of Arkansas
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Professional Concentration Mechanical Engineering
Amos is the Vice-President, Pack Engineering, Inc. Mr. Pack has over 36 years experience in the consulting industry. His expertise is in HVAC and plumbing systems design for commercial buildings, with special emphasis in energy-efficient design. He has extensive experience in energy studies, and energy modeling.
Honors & Affiliations
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Arkansas Academy of Mechanical Engineering Past President
Amos worked as a plant engineer on a 850 MW coal fired generation station and he served as a Mechanical Engineer in the Construction Management Team on a twin 850 mw coal fired generation station. He responsibilities included coordination between the power company and the contractor, coal unloading and conveying system (complete coal yard), coal pulverizers, precipitator, fly ash and bottom ash handling and disposal systems, cooling tower chemical treatment facility, water treatment plant, auxiliary boiler, underground piping (steel and fiberglass). Within these systems, his responsibilities include field construction problems, vendor coordination, design changes, initiating contract changes, and back charges relating to the installation of these systems.
Mr. Pack was transferred into Entergy’s Nuclear Engineering Group as a Senior Lead Mechanical Engineer. He was responsible for many design change packages involving safety and non-safety equipment. Major projects included design changes for motor operated valves serving the Class One Emergency Safety Injection System. Other projects include HVAC and fire protection design for the installation of a new core protection computer. Amos is very familiar with Federal Code of Regulations (10CFR50); ASME Section III and Section IX; and ANSI B31.1 Power Piping Code.
He has performed the design engineering responsibilities for commercial HVAC and plumbing design on numerous projects. His responsibilities include engineering calculations, design, specifications, and cost estimates. The project types include schools, office buildings, banks, medical clinics, hospitals, restaurants, retail, municipal support facilities, churches, auditoriums, postal facilities, and rehabilitation of existing mechanical systems