News & Events
ACE's Mike Lennon Elected to the DAPE Council
Our congratulations go out to Michael A. Lennon, P.E. Mike was recently elected to the Council for the Delaware Association of Professional Engineers (DAPE). Starting in September of 2013, Mike will serve a four year term as the representative for the chemical engineering discipline. As a member of the Council, Mike will work with fourteen other members to regulate the practice of engineering in the state of Delaware.
ACE’s Bill Dugary Elected to the ISPE DVC 2013-2014 Board
Our congratulations go out to William (Bill) J. Dugary. Bill was elected to the 2013-2014 Board of Directors for the Delaware Valley Chapter of the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers. For the next year, Bill will serve as a Director at Large. His responsibilities will include coordinating an education session on automation, liaising with other area professional organizations, advising DVC ISPE student members, coordinating the Philadelphia Future Cities Program, and assisting the Student Affairs Committee. ACE is proud to support the ISPE and the many other professional societies that our employees and customers are involved with.
ACE Listed Among System Integrator Giants of 2013
For over twenty years, Applied Control Engineering, Inc. (ACE) has worked with manufacturing and engineering professionals in every aspect of process control, manufacturing automation, and systems integration. During that time, ACE has become a recognized leader in our field, repeatedly being recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the industry.
Most recently, ACE was ranked 20th on CFE Media’s table of System Integrator Giants of 2013. The list was compiled based on surveys sent to the over 2,300 engineering firms in Control Engineering's Automation Integrator Guide. Each responder provided details about the size, engineering specialties, professional affiliations, products used, industries and areas served, educational opportunities offered to employees, and challenges they face.