SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Structural Integrity Associates announced that Matt Freeman joined the company as Director of Strategic Business Development for the Fossil Plant Services business. Matt will be responsible for growing existing products and services, and developing and leveraging strategic relationships for Structural Integrity’s Fossil and Combined Cycle Plant market. He will report to Structural Integrity Vice President, Ian Perrin. He is joining Structural Integrity from Intertek, Inc. where he was the Director of Business Development for engineering services and software provided to the Power Industry. During his 25 year career, he has been involved in root cause analysis, data/knowledge management, software development, simulation, and risk assessment.
Perrin states, “Matt’s role in Strategic Business Development is vital for our long-term success and growth. We see continued growth of our core engineering, metallurgical and inspection services, particularly as we integrate our industry leading data management solution (PlantTrackTM). Matt’s expertise and customer advocacy will ensure that we continue to develop integrated solutions that provide quality and value to our clients.”
Matt’s first day with Structural Integrity Associates was September 22, 2014 and he can be reached at email@example.com.
About Structural Integrity Associates, Inc.
Structural Integrity Associates, Inc. is an internationally recognized leader in the prevention and control of structural and mechanical failures, with a strong presence in the power generation industry. With headquarters in San Jose, CA, Structural Integrity serves clients worldwide through branch offices located throughout the US and Canada, as well as through affiliates located in China, Taiwan, Korea, Switzerland and Spain. Structural Integrity’s expertise encompasses a broad range of issues critical to the commercial success of both fossil-fired and nuclear power plants, including boiler integrity management, root cause analysis and data management programs that have become vital to the continued operation of Fossil power plants worldwide.