Lalley New Manufacturing-Works Field Engineer
April 20, 2009 — Aaron Lalley is the new Manufacturing-Works field engineer for the east/central and northeast regions of the state. He is based at the University of Wyoming Outreach Building, 951 North Poplar Drive in Casper.
Manufacturing-Works is a partnership among UW, the National Institutes of Standards and Technology and Wyoming Business Council. It provide assistance, training and engineering solutions to technology-based companies and manufacturers. Main offices are located on the UW campus.
"Lalley is a recently licensed and registered professional engineer and is enthusiastic about his new challenge in Wyoming. He will begin visiting technology and manufacturing operations starting in the northeast corner of the state and making his way south and west to Casper, where he will base the center of his operations," says Larry Stewart, Manufacturing-Works director. "This will add another full-time professional engineer to Manufacturing-Works operation and will represent the largest percentage of registered professional engineers of any of the 59 manufacturing extension partnerships, which include all of the United States and Puerto Rico."
Lalley received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering from the South Dakota School of Mines. He has been a hands-on engineer in the manufacturing sector in Sioux Falls, S.D., since 1989, serving in various capacities, including manufacturing engineer, senior machine and tooling design engineer, lead engineer, and tooling and equipment optimization lead engineer.
For more information, call Lalley at (307) 234-2687 or visit the Web site at www.manufacturing-works.com/professionals/aaron_lalley.php.
Posted on Monday, April 20, 2009