Last month was the beginning of our exploration of Mesa’s field engineers – what they do for not only our company, but more importantly, for our customers. Each and every one is unique and lives by their own “code of the road”. Like the engineers from last month, both of these men install, calibrate, and manage Mesa’s ViewPoint, CheckPoint, and AmegaView Continuous Monitoring Systems.
Matt O’Hara is a crucial Field Engineer in the greater Boston area. He travels regionally throughout Boston and Philadelphia and is on the road upwards of 75% of the time. Matt is dedicated to ensuring our customers are not only satisfied, but are happy with their products and service. He routinely installs, calibrates, and manages continuous monitoring systems for our clients. One of his favorite projects in his two years with Mesa is Moderna Theropeutics. Matt made it his mission to take a troubled relationship and build it back up into the great partnership that it is today. He personally took the time to work with internal groups at Mesa to find customized solutions to fit Moderna’s needs. As an Air Force Veteran, Matt takes his role seriously and does not consider failure an option, and that includes Mesa’s relationships with our customers.
Chad Allen is a Senior Field Engineer based out of Texas, though he travels nationwide as well, depending on demand. Chad came to Mesa Labs through the acquisition of Amega Scientific in 2014. His favorite project thus far is Brooke Army Medical Center in Fort Sam, Houston. He is proud to have been part of the project since it’s inception and appreciates its growth thus far.
All of our field engineers go above and beyond for not only Mesa, but more importantly, our customers.
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