Bob Pool to Give “Tech Talk” at 2018 AFPM Conference

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Bob Pool, Executive Vice President of Alfred Miller Contracting, has been selected to speak at the Tech Talks during the 2018 Reliability & Maintenance Conference hosted by American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM).  Recognized as one of the Petrochem Industry’s must-attend conferences for thought leaders and industry titans, this year’s conference will be held in San Antonio, Texas at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center May 23-25, 2018, where companies from across the world will gather to learn the newest trends and technologies in the Petrochem space.

Pool’s presentation will educate Petrochemical owners, operators, and contractors about the innovative Precast Pipe Rack designs that have changed the game:

Leading-edge Precast Pipe Rack design that can eliminate Steel Pipe Racks – and 50% of the cost.

Takeaways from this Tech Talk:

  • How to save 50% of the cost of building a pipe rack
  • How to build a pipe rack faster utilizing an inherently safer design
  • How to reduce 90% of field man hours when building a pipe rack
  • How precast pipe racks will save on costs from new steel tariffs and shipping regulations

AFPM attendees can attend the presentation in the Exhibit Hall at the conference on Wednesday, May 23 at 1:00 p.m.

In addition to being a 2nd-generation Texas Longhorn, Bob Pool serves as Executive Vice President of Alfred Miller Contracting, where he brings over 30 years of experience to the nationwide company’s brain trust, overseeing business development, contract negotiations, and fireproofing.

A nationwide contractor based in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Alfred Miller Contracting has created innovative solutions for Industrial and Commercial construction projects, processes, and operations throughout North America for over 70 years.

America’s leading authority in Fireproofing, Buildings, and Precast, Alfred Miller Contracting has earned a distinctive reputation in the petrochemical industry’s Downstream vertical, as the company’s notable history of innovation has literally paralleled its growth since the 1940s.