Stephen Randolph, P.E.

Stephen A. Randolph, P.E., has more than 35 years of experience in the design, engineering, project management, and construction management of inorganic and organic chemical and food intermediate facilities. He is a licensed Professional Engineer.

Mr. Randolph is a Mechanical Engineering graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, which is recognized as one of America’s best undergraduate colleges of engineering.

Mr. Randolph was responsible for the innovative resolution of a number of technical problems that had beset his employer’s facilities in a number of different domestic and foreign plants and was continually on-call from a number of these plants. His varied assignments in a number of these plants gave him a wide variety of experience with many kinds of machinery and equipment in the chemical, food and process industries.

Part of Mr. Randolph’s expertise lies in the detailed engineering design and project management of heavy industrial manufacturing facilities, including medium-to-large (50-1000 MW) coal and gas cogeneration facilities. He has extensive experience in the corn wet milling and ethanol manufacturing industries and currently consults with a number of companies in these fields.

Mr. Randolph retired as a senior project manager with Corn Products International, which owns and operates industrial plants in Asia, Latin America, Europe, Africa, Australia and North America. Mr. Randolph has extensive experience in assembling project teams to manage large EPC contractors in the design, construction and startup of various industrial facilities. He was engaged in a wide variety of internal consulting assignments on an international basis. He was personally responsible for the engineering design, construction management, startup and/or initial operation for multiple plants in the US, Brazil, Mexico, and Canada.

Mr. Randolph has authored a number of technical papers, authored numerous corporate standards for piping systems and piping design, has lectured on various industrial topics in international technical conferences and is a past member of an ASME subcommittee.