"Working with TAG has been a great experience. The employees at TAG carry themselves in a professional manner, care about the projects they work on, and put the customer first. I would highly recommend TAG to anyone. I cannot think of a time where TAG has not delivered exactly what I expected. In many ways, TAG feels as though they are not only a part of the team, but an extension of my department."
Public Works Director/City of Junction City, OR
Harold BartonProject Manager
Harold Barton currently acts as our primary Project Manager. Harold has designed and managed the production of large industrial control projects for over 20 years. After over 18 years of control design and project management with another employer Harold came to TAG with an extensive controls background and a well known attention to detail. Harold’s goals are to have the best possible working relationship with customers, coworkers, and vendors, and to put out the very best product in the industry.
Craig AlexanderProject Manager/Technician
Craig Alexander, has a Bachelor of Science degree computer engineering with a minor in math from Washington State University. Craig has studied embedded systems, software engineering, and network architecture during his time at Washington State University. Craig is familiar with many different computer systems and has worked extensively with Linux and Unix operating systems as well as all of the major Microsoft operating systems all the way back to DOS. Craig is familiar with programming in C, C++, Bash scripting, .NET Visual C#, and SQL. Craig has been working with industrial control systems for the last 4 years and has been designing industrial control panels and controls for the last two years. In the last two years Craig has generated several submittal packages and has helped to design and provide complete documentation on projects involving relay logic to SIL 2 PLC’s with redundant I/O racks. Craig has also been involved in setting up industrial networks and is familiar with Cisco IOS as well other large scale networking equipment.
Ray SouthwellProject Manager/Instrumentation
Ray's experience ranges from project engineer, instrumentation engineer, to manager of process control before entering the contracting/consulting field. Ray obtained his Associate of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Oregon Institute of Technology in 1973.