Forrest is a project engineer with a bachelors of science degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in physics from Wilkes University. Mr. Jordan has previous internship experience from Benton Foundry where he assisted engineers on core box technology projects and on some automation of robot grinding capability studies.
Wilkes University; Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, US
Bachelors of Science and Engineering-Mechanical Engineering
Minor in Physics
2016 – Engineer II (EIT) – Bridge Gap Engineering, LLC – Northampton, PA
SNCR Project Team: CRH Cement, Trident, MT.
Wet kiln NOx reduction system
SNCR Project Team: Keystone Cement, Bath, PA.
Natural Gas Upgrade Project Team: Martin Marietta Hunter, Hunter, TX
2015 – 2016 Mechanical Engineering Internship – Benton Foundry, Benton, PA
Foundry producing high quality metal castings for fields such as Agriculture, Railroad, Automotive, Marine, and Industrial. Assisted the engineering team in performing various projects, including in-depth analysis of core box technology, automatic grinding machine capabilities, and projects on Excel to help analyze different machines throughout the foundry.
Excel projects quantified extensive performance analysis of core box venting systems to results in more efficient method and better quality sand core, performance analysis of capabilities to hold tolerance on automatic grinding machines.