Mitchell Green, Process Engineer

“Our number one goal is customer satisfaction. This is acheived through superior engineering services”


Mr. Green is a degreed engineer with emerging experience as a process engineer. Mr. Green has quickly developed strong customer relations with several cement and lime producers through his exceptional ability to communicate with customers and understand their needs. Upon graduating from Lehigh University, and as a result of his employment with Bridge Gap Engineering, Mr. Green has had the opportunity to work in the field in the commissioning of new equipment and the performance of plant audits, work on a wide variety of office assignments as a process engineer (heat & mass balances and process flow diagrams), and work as a project manager by interacting with customers and vendors worldwide. He is experienced with burner and milling applications, including performing several audits of existing systems and providing process support on the design of systems for handling wet and sticky materials for reclaim to milling and kiln systems.


Civil Engineering, B.S.
Lehigh University 2015

Professional Experience 

2015 – Present Process Engineer I – Bridge Gap Engineering, LLC

Responsible for all aspects of process engineering on a wide array of projects, including kiln and mill audits, heat balances, mass balances, commissioning of new equipment, and process design and system review. Projects executed include:

  • Design of Raw Mill System: Confidential Client, Canada
  • Fan Design Study: Buzzi Unicem, Pryor, OK
  • Raw Mill Ductwork Study: LaSalle, IL
  • Process (Kiln and Mills) Audit: Continental Cement, Hannibal, MO
  • Kiln Burner Optimization: Argos Cement, Calera, ALKiln Burner Optimization: Lhoist, Peach Springs, AZ
  • Process (Kiln and Mills) Audit: Martin Marietta, Midlothian, Texas
  • Alternative Fuels Study: Dragon Cement, Thomaston, ME
  • Kiln Burner Study: Magnesita Refractories, York, PA
  • Kiln Burner Commissioning: Argos Cement, Calera, AL
  • Kiln Burner Commissioning: Mitsubishi Cement, Lucerne Valley, CA

2012 Project Intern – Penguin Automated Systems Inc., Sudbury, Canada

Contributed to product development in areas pertaining to improving code, fabrication of robot pieces, estimations and sizing, and prototype testing.



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