IEEE Orlando Section - Chairman's Corner

Goals for 2003
What would you like to see more of, at the local level?
What new programs or activities interest you?
What do you think should be our goals for 2003?
What do you think should be included in the goals for Florida Council for 2003?
Could you send me some comments?
We are doing some planning both at local level and at Florida Council level, your input is appreciated.

Next EXCOM meeting will be Tuesday, the 3rd of December in Rm. 288 Engineering Building UCF at 6:00 pm.

Robert J. Pirela, PE
IEEE Orlando section
(407) 657-6616
Meet the Chairman


Robert J. Pirela is the president of Engineering Professional Services, Inc. his Consulting firm, where he provides Engineering Consulting Services to the construction industry.

Before initiating EPS, Inc., He worked for major engineering consulting and industrial firms both locally and abroad; in his career, he has done design and consulting in various areas including, power, data processing, controls and telemetry.

Mr. Pirela has an extensive experience in power studies and issues related to coordination, harmonics, and short circuits; he regularly provides consulting services to Major Electrical Contractors and Fortune 500 companies in these areas.

He was born in Maracaibo Venezuela, went to school at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. He holds a National Engineering Certification, and is a registered Professional Engineer in Florida and Alabama. He is a member of the Florida Engineering Society and the National Society of Professional Engineers. Mr. Pirela was recently listed in Who's Who Worldwide registry of Business Leaders and he and his family are active in their church.

Mr. Pirela is married to Cecilia (an MD) and they have two children Elizabeth and Alexander.

Robert J. Pirela
IEEE Orlando Section Chairman
Tel: 407-657-6616, Email Pirela@IEEE.Org

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