System Integrator of the Year Award winners announced
In the summer of 2009, all of the integrators listed in the Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide, every member of the Control System Integrators Association, and all of Control Engineering’s system integrator subscribers were invited to submit essays describing their achievements in the areas of technical expertise, business skills, and customer satisfaction.
These entries were divided into three groups based on annual revenue: up to $10 million, $10 to $50 million, and above $50 million. Control Engineering’s panel of judges reviewed entries in each group. Entrants that received one or more top-3 votes were named finalists The three finalists receiving the most top-3 votes in each group were named System Integrator of the Year.
Following are a few details on the 2010 System Integrator of the Year winners:
Mustang Automation & Control (category: above $50 million annual revenue)
Mustang Automation & Control is the automation business unit of Mustang Engineering, an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) management service provider focused on the global oil, gas, chemical, petrochemical, power, and automotive industries. Their core automation experience ranges from individual projects to main automation contractor programs for large, multi-EPC projects.
Interstates Control Systems Inc. (category: $10 – $50 million annual revenue)
Interstates Control Systems’ services range from traditional plant floor automation—programming, engineering, panel construction—to working with clients to determine their business needs. ICSI can automate equipment, collect data, generate reports, and interface with a client’s existing business systems.
Stone Technologies Inc. (category: up to $10 million annual revenue)
Stone Technologies is a national systems integrator headquartered in St. Louis with resources around the Midwest and Southeast. The company provides industrial automation and information services from conceptual design through commissioning for process control and manufacturing operations management systems, including electrical design and system development.
For more on the winners, see the print Automation Integrator Guide that mailed with the December 2009 issue or search “system integrator of the year” atop any page at www.controleng.com .