CSIA announces SAGE's Adrian Fahey as new board member

  • October 06, 2016
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October 6, 2016 – The Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) announced that Adrian Fahey has accepted a position on its board of directors. He will finish the term vacated by board member Diane Trentini (Optimation), who resigned as the result of a career change. Fahey is CEO of SAGE Automation, a CSIA Certified control system integrator in Melrose Park, Australia. SAGE is one of the largest control system integration companies in Australia and a leading provider of industrial automation and control services.

Fahey says he feels honored to be able to give back to the organization that has given him and his company so much. SAGE has been a member of CSIA since 2001. Fahey sees the biggest benefit to being a CSIA member as the opportunity to engage and benchmark against leading integration companies, indicating that “The Australian market is a lot smaller than in the United States. Therefore, we tend to be much more guarded about sharing information.” He continued, “The openness we have observed and been able to participate in as members of CSIA has been outstanding, and has enabled us to develop close working relationships with a number of individual companies.”

With Fahey joining the CSIA board, the association’s growing international presence is underscored. CSIA has members in 27 different countries, and Certified members are headquartered on every continent except Antarctica.

Fahey joins the following other CSIA board members:

  • Mike Miller, Chair of the Board, ESCO Automation (Marion, Iowa, U.S.)
  • Jeff Miller, Treasurer, Interstates Control Systems, Inc. (Sioux Center, Iowa, U.S.)
  • Eduardo Acosta, Omnicon S.A. (Cali, Valle, Colombia)
  • Rick Pierro, Superior Controls, Inc. (Seabrook, New Hampshire, U.S.)
  • Howard Huffman, Huffman Engineering, Inc. (Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.)
  • Don Ulrich, Stone Technologies, Inc. (Chesterfield, Missouri, U.S.)
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