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Since 1964, Hank Bonar has gained national recognition as one of America's foremost engineers and refrigeration authorities. In addition to his celebrated designs for the perishable food and refrigeration industries, Hank is the author of many articles, holds patents, and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences throughout the nation. Hank's overall responsibilities include: Administration and management of various design, construction, and refrigeration projects. Henry B. Bonar II, PE CEO
Gary Lester Vice President - Engineering Gary's distinguished career spans more than 26 years - playing a formative role in various architectural, mechanical, and civil projects. His many responsibilities include project management, utility design, civil and site layouts, control and power wiring, control panel design, design development and drafting, Director of CADD operators, specifications, design coordination of assigned projects, and shop drawing review.
Quality Consistency Performance Cost-efficient Procedures Close contact with the client Specific industry expertise
Robert G. Bonar, PE President As BONAR's President, Bob has handled engineering, construction, and refrigeration projects for a diverse range of clients in the United States and Central America. Among his many duties, Bob coordinates all aspects of engineering, construction, and refrigeration to ensure quality and on time delivery. He oversees BONAR operations to guarantee the most effective execution of the design/build process.
Darrian L. Kammeraad Project Manager - General Construction Darrian has over 12 years experience managing large scale construction projects which include: Carill Oil Processing, Gainesville, Georgia Prime-Pak Foods, Gainesville, Georgia Braisilton Poultry, Braselton, Georgia Sysco Dist., Calera, Alabama PYA Monarch, Zebulon, North Carolina Excel Beef, Schuyler, Nebraska Gatorade Bottling, Atlanta, Georgia
Mark J. Butkus Director of Project Development Mark's 28 years experience in the industry includes construction and engineering projects for ammonia refrigeration systems in food processing and freezing facilities. He is responsible for project development, project management and quality assurance. This includes field inspection of engineering and construction projects.
Henry B. Bonar III Vice President With 12 years experience managing operations in Latin America, Henry leads Bonar Engineering & Construction efforts in the Latin American region. A few of the clients that Henry has worked on projects for include: Cargill, Incorporated, San Pedro Sula, Honduras Mayasal, Guatemala City, Guatemala Prestomar, San Salvador, El Salvador Pure Ice of the South, Incorporated, Jacksonville, Florida Vivo Foods, Dorado, Puerto Rico
Joseph Lyons Project Manager Director Construction Coordinator Joe joined Bonar in 1996 with 30 years experience in all phases of industrial and commercial construction. Currently, Joe manages and oversees several project managers, construction scheduling and quality assurance. Partial list of projects: Arkansas Refrigerated Services Fresh Frozen Foods Tampa Cold Storage Claxton Cold Storage, Claxton, Georgia Gulf Coast Cold Storage, Pascagoula, Mississippi New Orleans Cold Storage, New Orleans, Louisiana
Contracting 24-hr Parts and Service Process Safety Management Experience
Mike Petrey Project Manager - Refrigeration Mike has been working for Bonar Engineering & Construction for seven years. Partial list of projects: Shaw's Southern Belle Frozen Foods, Jacksonville, Florida Stanford Refrigerated Warehouses, Mason, Georgia Lanier Cold Storage, Gainesville, Georgia New Orleans Cold Storage, New Orleans, Louisiana
Carol Williams Director of Compliance Services With over 22 years experience in ammonia refrigeration, Carol is responsible for all aspects of OSHAs Process Safety Management, as well as the EPAs Risk Management Program. Her responsibilities include providing complete PSM program manuals, developing Process Safety Information including ammonia inventory, relief valve and ventilation calculations, coordinating initial Process Hazard Analysis meetings as well as PHA Revalidations and on-site Compliance Audits. RMP responsibilities include coordinating worst case and alternate case scenarios as well as developing the RMP Submit information.