Detailed CV and client list available upon request.
Lindsey Bredemeyer, PE

29 years of valve engineering.  20 years of consulting.
Manufacturer support: design, cost reduction, compliance, procurement, sales, warranty and field support.
End user support: specification and AVL support, failure analysis, application engineering, maintenance documentation and training.

1997, Registered Professional Engineer, Mechanical Engineering, Texas.
1995, Executive Master of Business Administration, Houston Baptist University.
1992, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with math minor, University of Houston.

Standards Committee Activities:
2002-2008, VMA Technical Committee, Consulting Advisor.

October 2002, Received VMA Service Award from the Valve Manufacturers Association.
2000-2001, Active participation:
Manufacturers Standardization Society
Coast Guard ASTM F-25 Task Group
API 609 Task Group
1998-2001, Member of the Technical Committee, Valve Manufacturer's Association of America. Technical Committee Vice Chairman 2001.

Public Communications:

January 2019, Speaker for Engineering Ethics Workshops and Process History Session, "Process Control and the Race for the Bomb".  74th Instrumentation and Automation Symposium, Texas A&M University.

      December 2018, Ebook and Paperback release, "Tripping Over Engineering: Going Nuclear",  Exploring the Birth of the Atomic Age.

January 2018, Workshop Speaker, Engineering Ethics, 73rd Instrumentation and Automation Symposium, Texas A&M University.

2018, Co-author, Exida published book, "Final Elements in Safety Instrumented Systems".

2009, Co-author, Exida published book, "Final Elements & the IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 Functional Safety Standards".

2003-2005, Writer of "Standards & Regulations" column for "Valve Magazine".
2003-2005, Guest lecturer and project evaluator for Agricultural Engineering Senior Design class, Texas A&M University.
December 2002, Association of Wellhead Equipment Manufacturers, Quarterly Meeting, “European Directives”.
October 2002, Valve Manufacturers Association, Annual Meeting, "PED, What Does It Mean".
Summer 2002, Valve Magazine, "Reducing the Cost of Addressing the PED".
March 2000 & March 2001, Valve Manufacturers Association, Technical Seminar, European CE marking and Pressure Equipment Directive impact on valve and valve actuator manufacturers.
October 2000 & April 2001, Guest lecturer for The Introduction to Mechanical Engineering class at the University of Houston.

Employment History:
2002-Present, Bredemeyer Engineering
1998-2001, Tyco Valves & Controls, Houston, Texas: Engineering Manager, Keystone and Grinnell products.
1992-1998, Cooper Cameron Valves, Missouri City, Texas: Engineering Supervisor, WKM Ball Valves.
1984-1988, US Coast Guard, Aviation Machinist's Mate 2nd Class.

US Patent #5,607,165
US Patent #5,772,216