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Purdue University’s flagship polytechnic high school in Indianapolis will be named in honor of Pullman couple Edmund and Beatriz Schweitzer, following their $4 million gift to support educational programs and scholarships for underrepresented students.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories CEO Dave Whitehead has a launched a new podcast that explores topics affecting the electric power industry.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories has named COO Dave Whitehead as its next chief executive officer.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories will build a new event center at its Pullman campus to accommodate more conferences and business meetings.
With ambition and a revolutionary idea to make the power grid safer, more reliable and efficient, Edmund Schweitzer launched a business that today boasts more than 5,200 employees. His inventions put him into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Tony Lee, who had been SEL’s chief manufacturing officer, is now chief research and development officer, according to a news release from SEL.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories President Edmund Schweitzer III’s signature appeared along with those of many other influential business owners – including Apple and Amazon CEOs Tim Cook and Mark Bezos – in an open letter Monday urging Congress to extend Obama-era protections for so-called dreamers.
The Association of Washington Business named Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories as its employer of the year during a Wednesday ceremony in Seattle.
The company also is offering its customers a price reduction, and expedited shipping, for products bound for the affected areas along the Gulf Coast.
Luis D’Acosta is no longer CEO at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories in Pullman after the Palouse region’s largest private employer reorganized its executive team.
The founder of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories is worried that a proposed 20 percent tariff on all Mexican imports to the United States may trigger a trade war. The national electricity utility of Mexico is SEL’s largest or second-largest customer, depending on the year, said Edmund O. Schweitzer III.
Pullman is no longer a one-company town, thanks to the rapid growth of Schweitzer Engineering Labs.
The largest private employer in Whitman County is planning a major multi-million dollar expansion that will break ground in June.
PULLMAN – If Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories’ manufacturing plant loses power during an outage, the company can turn to huge batteries on its campus for electricity. The batteries could supply enough power to run most of the factory’s operations for about three hours.
Think about the most complicated machine you’ve dealt with in the past year. Was it a beeping monitor tethered to a high-tech device in an emergency room? Or was it a super-fast computer you used at work? Actually, the most complicated machine you’ve interacted with was the one you used this morning when you switched on a light or plugged in your coffee machine. The entire power grid has to balance supply (generation) and demand (load) on a second-by-second basis. We take it for granted most of the time, but it’s a marvel when you stop to think about it.
For Cal Poly senior Sam Kaplan, hands-on experience is critical to his engineering studies. Last week, he and four other students traveled to Pullman to get it. The group spent three days visiting Pullman-based Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc., creating a prototype of an ergonomic knife developed by a U.S. Army occupational therapist. The knife is designed to be easier to use by veterans who have diminished function of the wrist, hand or arm due to service-related injuries.
Pullman’s Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. is giving electric utilities and large customers struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy a 30 percent discount on new equipment. SEL, which designs and sells a range of products that utilities and large companies use to manage power distribution, is tripling the discount it usually offers after natural disasters, said Business Director Erik Newman.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories will open a Spokane Valley office in September. It is the company’s first office in Spokane County. About 40 employees commute from the Spokane-Coeur d’Alene area to Schweitzer Engineering’s Pullman headquarters, and many of them could work at the new office, company spokeswoman Tammy Lewis said.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories will open an office in Spokane Valley in September.