GS&P Adds Hamby as Senior Electrical Engineer to Industrial Market
MEMPHIS, TN Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Sidney Hamby, Jr., PE, has joined GS&P as a Senior Electrical Engineer in the firm's Industrial market. Hamby brings 41 years of experience in low- and medium-voltage power distribution systems, motor control, lighting design, distributed control systems, and drives. He will strengthen the electrical engineering services provided to industrial clients, while also providing leadership with power systems analysis.
"Solid electrical design is an integral component of any successful, efficient and safe industrial facility," said Ken Zyga, PE, Executive Vice President at GS&P. "With more than four decades of experience, Sidney has encountered a vast range of engineering projects and challenges. He's widely regarded as an exceptional client service provider, always on the lookout for new technologies and approaches to help clients achieve their goals. We're pleased to welcome Sidney to our industrial market."
Prior to joining GS&P, Hamby served as a Senior Engineer for nine years at Logical Systems, LLC, in Memphis, Tennessee. There he managed project budgets and schedules, conducted arc flash hazard studies, prepared power distribution equipment specifications, and provided calculations for electrical equipment, conductors, conduits, short circuit, load flow, lighting, and electrical heat. Hamby also prepared a wide variety of electrical and instrumentation installation drawings including one-line diagrams, panel schedules and control schematics. Additionally, he has served in engineering roles at Lurgi PSI, Inc., and Cleo, Inc., both in Memphis, as well as E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., in Wilmington, Delaware.
Hamby holds 28 professional engineering licenses in states across the U.S. He is an active member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, National Fire Protection Association, National Society of Professional Engineers, Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers and Tau Beta Pi, an engineering honor society. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Christian Brothers College in Memphis.
"I'm committed to delivering high-quality electrical engineering solutions that are accurate and thorough," said Hamby. "I love to tackle a tough challenge and work closely with clients to make certain that my designs and calculations are contributing to a better, smarter industrial facility. My electrical engineering career thus far has been a tremendous education, and I look forward to applying that knowledge to help GS&P's clients seize the many opportunities that exist in today's market."