RUSSELLVILLE, ARK. — Two Arkansas Tech University (ATU) graduates wasted no time putting to work their bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear technology. After receiving their hard-earned diplomas last month, Ethan Eye (below left) and Jeffrey Wortham (below right) accepted positions as project engineers at Engineered Rigging, a global engineering innovator and provider of heavy lift equipment rental, sales, service and support.
In their new roles, Eye and Wortham are responsible for the design, drafting and detailing of structural and mechanical systems and heavy lift technology. They will generate engineering reports, calculations and evaluations; manage procurement and project schedules; conduct onsite field walkdowns and provide project support. Both project engineers will work at Engineered Rigging’s state of the art facility located in Russellville, Arkansas.
“Ethan Eye and Jeffrey Wortham are among the best and brightest of the newest class of engineers entering the workforce, and we’re excited that they chose to begin their careers at Engineered Rigging,” said Christopher Cox, P.E., founder and president of Engineered Rigging.
About Engineered Rigging
Engineered Rigging (ER) is a global innovator in heavy lifting solutions. By leveraging decades of experience and a wealth of technical expertise, ER overcomes the most complex logistical challenges for a variety of industries. The company provides equipment rental, sales, service and support as well as contract engineering and design and build services.