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Carey Miller joins DLT&V as director of engineering

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LAS VEGAS, JANUARY 23, 2008 - DLT&V Systems Engineering announced hat Carey Miller, P.E., recently joined the firm as director of engineering, bringing with him more than 16 years of experience in the instrument, controls, mechanical and electrical engineering fields. He is based in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will be responsible for managing engineering activities and representing DLT&V’s services in Nevada.

Miller comes to DLT&V from TIMET in Henderson, Nevada, where he was a senior project manager in charge of global manufacturing information systems. At TIMET, he was responsible for the global rollout of the Wonderware System Platform to TIMET’s three North American plants and two plants in the United Kingdom. Previously, he worked for Bioproducts, Inc. in Las Vegas, and designed a dairy bypass fat supplement plant that is currently operating in Corcoran, California.

Miller began his career with the consulting firm, Nofsinger, Inc., a division of Burns & McDonnell, Inc., in Kansas City, after graduating from Kansas State University with his B.S.E.E. He is a registered professional engineer in the states of Kansas and Nevada.

About DLT&V Systems Engineering, Inc.
DLT&V Systems Engineering, Inc. (DLT&V) specializes in industrial facility electrical design, construction management services and integration and support services. Headquartered in Phoenix, with offices in Nevada and California, DLT&V provides solutions ranging from system analyses to multi-million dollar SCADA design and integration projects for municipalities, private water companies, developers, engineering firms and general contractors throughout the western United States. DLT&V has been named one of the Top 40 electrical design firms by EC&M Magazine, was selected as a Finalist for the Control Engineering Magazine System Integrator of the Year and was named as one of 50 Arizona Companies to Watch by the Arizona Small Business Administration and the Edward Lowe Foundation.

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