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February ’05
Bob Worth, President, was the guest speaker at the February meeting of the Association of Facility Engineers held at the MPACT Learning Center in Greensboro, NC. Worth conducted a presentation introducing the underlying principles of good SCADA design and outlined basic guidelines for creating a usable human-machine interface (HMI). See the presentation.

November ’04
PLC provides new technology upgrade to water treatment plant - See the press release.

October ’03
Bob Worth, a graduate of Surry Community College and UNC Charlotte, was recognized as an example of the role education plays in building a career. Surry published news highlighting Worth's professional and personal accomplishments.

June ’03
PAI added to the Hazen and Sawyer, PC engineering specification, list of approved integrators, for the municipal market. Hazen and Sawyer is a consulting firm providing design services for this industry. This listing will give PAI opportunities to bid work without going through the pre-qualification process for each project.

February ’03
PAI proudly announces its move to 154 Kapp Street in Winston-Salem, NC. The newly renovated facility has 6000 square feet for its creative, engineering and integration design institute. The workplace is ergonomic, with a large space devoted to providing a creative and professional atmosphere for our technical staff.

February ’03
Welcome to Dave Rodgers who joins the technical staff as a systems designer. Mr. Rodgers comes from PEC Technologies and brings design, CADD, electrical and mechanical contracting, and overall control system expertise.

January ’03
The founders are proud to announce the acquisition of Industrial Control Panels, Inc. Doug Laughter established ICP out of a relationship with EMOC in 1987. ICP is primarily a UL certified panel shop in Lexington, N.C., that also provides high-volume, mechanical assembly services and wiring harnesses. A five-year association between the two companies made this acquisition possible and the complementary capabilities of each will provide a larger offering to our customers.

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