With more than 27 years of industry experience, Mr. Igarta brings a strong background in Supply Chain Coordination and Project Support to engineering, manufacturing, and field operations for water filtration and treatment systems. His proven capabilities include identifying and resolving complex challenges associated with ensuring compliance with client specifications and schedules.
As a Project Manager his responsibilities include acting as a liaison between company, customers, and vendors as well as the communication and collaboration with sales and marketing teams to provide training and information required to promote and sell new projects, programs, and systems. Mr. Igarta will lead interdepartmental teams to complete assigned projects on time, to specifications, and with accuracy and efficiency.
Mrs. Pinciotti has over 7 years of experience in the water treatment and infrastructure industry. Rachel’s past roles have varied from application and product engineering to supervisory positions at an underground infrastructure company. She specializes in creating detailed take-offs, project analyses, and proposals for large, complex projects requiring unique construction setups. A graduate of University of California, San Diego, Mrs. Pinciotti holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an E.I.T. certification.
Aaron Agner Product/Project Manager
Mr. Agner has over 22 years industry experience with a focus on designing water and wastewater treatment systems. He has specialized in designs for treatment systems utilizing GAC, Ion Exchange, and water filtration. Conversant in the use of the latest design tools and modeling programs, his products are found as “standards” in numerous industry construction specifications. With a solid background in piping and vessel fabrication, Mr. Agner brings a unique set and experience base to every aspect of project management from design to final installation.
Teddy Nelson Project Engineer
Mr. Nelson began his engineering career in the water industry in field service. As a Project Engineer, he realigns his focus to project engineering, where his hands on experience and knowledge of filtration equipment allow him to apply his skills to projects and assist them in moving along smoothly from concept to commission. Mr. Nelson is currently an armor officer in the Oregon National Guard and serves as a tank platoon leader with the 3-116 Combined Arms Battalion. He is a graduate from Oregon State University and holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering and a B.S. in manufacturing engineering.