The continued growth of Peddinghaus Corporation involves employing multiple engineers with expertise in many varied technical disciplines – including mechanical, electronic, and hydraulic design. The engineering expansion is located in both the Bradley, IL and Andrews, SC facilities.
Jim Laski has been an engineer for the past fifteen years. He completed his degree from Purdue University and began working for Peddinghaus this past December. One of Jim’s current assignments is the expansion of the Peddinghaus Drill Product Line.
Andrew Wolven earned his degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and he worked in IT before he came to Peddinghaus.
Thomas Ertl is enjoying his first full-time job, after his talent attracted the attention of other Peddinghaus employees. He is currently attending college while working full time at Peddinghaus. Due to his level of experience attained on the job, Thomas was able to bypass several of the basic collegiate engineering classes needed for his eventual degree.
Sean Hogan, like Thomas, is beginning his engineering career here at Peddinghaus. He is working on updating and modifying a configuration of PeddiMat, the company’s main software program, which will eventually be used with various new Peddinghaus products. Sean graduated from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in 2006 and began at Peddinghaus last August.
Ned Windeler is a 1991 Eastern Michigan University graduate, earning his degree in industrial technology. He was previously employed at General Motors, designing assembly line equipment, and at Ross Controls as a support engineer. One of Ned’s favorite aspects of his job at Peddinghaus is the opportunity to closely interact with manufacturing; he was never able to see the actual projects built at his previous jobs. Ned is currently working on multiple new machine designs.
Ed Brzezniak had been an employee for 28 years of a major machine tool manufacturer before he chose to come to Peddinghaus. Ed brings a wealth of practical machine tool experience to Peddinghaus, and has valuable input on new/existing project designs. He is also working one of Peddinghaus’ new products, due out some time the end of this year.