Brian Asbrock returns to Enerfab to Develop Innovative Technology and Engineering Solutions.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 1, 2018 — Enerfab, one of the largest privately-held companies in Cincinnati and one of the nation’s leaders in providing fabrication, construction, and maintenance services to the utility, chemical, and heavy industrial markets, announced Brian Asbrock as its new Director of Construction and Engineering Technology.
According to Enerfab president Aaron Landolt, “We are excited to welcome Brian back to the Enerfab family in a new and exciting role. We are committed to investing in new technologies and work practices to improve operational efficiencies and reduce project costs while maintaining our high quality and safety standards.” Landolt added, “Brian’s expertise in operational efficiency and technology advancement are a perfect fit as we look to drive future technology innovations here at Enerfab. He is familiar with our entrepreneurial culture and is a great fit.”
Asbrock rejoins Enerfab after spending six years as a project manager and engineering manager for a Virginia-based industrial group. He spent four years in several roles at Enerfab previously, including time as the Estimating Director on Capital Projects.
An engineer by trade, his recent responsibilities and passions has led him to focus on operational efficiency and the roles technology plays in bettering capital project performance. Asbrock’s experience in Enerfab’s core industries — Power, Chemical, Petro-Chemical, Food & Beverage, Oil & Gas, and Water/Wastewater — make him a versatile asset to Enerfab’s diverse customer base.
Asbrock commented, “The opportunities for growth here at Enerfab are tremendous. There is an exciting vibe in this organization and I look forward to leading the charge in creating innovative engineering and technology solutions to help create true points-of-difference for both us and our valuable customers. Staying ahead of the technology and engineering curve will be critical to our future success.”
Asbrock is a Cincinnati-native and graduate of Moeller High School. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in engineering management — both from the University of Dayton.