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William J. Aaron

Senior Project Engineer

Engineered Corrsion Solutions

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Employment History

ASIS International


Senior Project Manager

Code Consultants , Inc.


Operations Manager

Siemens AG


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American Society of Certified Engineering Technicians - Executive Committee

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William (Bill) J. Aaron, Jr., CET


All Aboard -- Security Today

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"The electrical contractor and United Fire's team, along with their plan to complete the project, was what really sold the job," said William J. Aaron, Jr., the system designer and senior project manager with Code Consultants in St. Louis.
"The day we turned that system on, which required synchronizing more than 1,000 strobes, and saw the synchronized strobes flashing across all of the train platforms-that was quite an amazing sight," Aaron said. "For that application, we used a technology used in Europe, but new to the United States that is fiberoptic linear heat detection," Aaron said. "We were looking for a system that would not only cover the building now, but give the owners the flexibility that whatever happens in the future, we could incorporate more functionality into the system," Aaron said. Reflecting back on the project that dominated two years of his life, Aaron recalls the thrill of turning on the entire system.


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"The electrical contractor and United Fire's team, along with their plan to complete the project, was what really sold the job," explains the system designer, William J. Aaron, Jr., senior project manager with Code Consultants in St. Louis.
"The day we turned that system on, which required synchronizing more than 1,000 strobes, and saw the synchronized strobes flashing across all of the train platforms - that was quite an amazing sight," recalls Aaron. "For that application, we used a technology used in Europe, but new to the United States, which is fiber-optic linear heat detection," explains Aaron. "We were looking for a system that would not only cover the building now, but give its owners the flexibility that whatever happened in the future, we could incorporate more functionality into the system," explains Aaron. Reflecting on the project that dominated two years of his life, Aaron recalls the thrill of turning on the entire system.


ASCET Executive Committee

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William (Bill) J. Aaron, Jr., CET North Central Region


ASCET Executive Officer's

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William J. Aaron Jr., CET
5201 Waldo Avenue St. Louis, MO 63123 Home: 314-351-6215 Cell: 314-761-1542


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