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Mezzanine Manufacturer Steele Solutions Hires Dan Peterson

Feb. 12, 2013

Steele Solutions Inc, a Franklin-based manufacturer of industrial mezzanines, equipment platforms and other steel structures, has hired Dan Peterson as director of technical services.
Peterson brings 11 years of technical services management experience to Steele Solutions. He is focused on leading and developing Steele Solutions’ team of designers and engineers. Peterson also manages the design process, from pre-sales and purchasing activities, through final approved engineering. He also oversees and implements leading design technology in support of Steele Solutions’ high engineering standards and internal quality compliance to ensure adherence to all building codes and industrial standards.
“We value Dan’s technical expertise and proactive approach to improving our technical engineering processes,” stated Mike Thelen, president of Steele Solutions. “Dan’s ability to manage and develop both people and resources, along with his shared attitude of Steele Solutions’ unparalleled promise to customer service, will prove extremely valuable to our continued growth.”
Peterson has worked in diverse organizations, from large and mid-size to small companies.
“What drew me to Steele Solutions was the growth potential of the organization and the opportunity to be a key player in the company’s continued success,” Peterson said.
Peterson’s experience includes four years in project engineering and design work in the plastic industry, and seven years in value engineering and production management in the transformer industry.
He holds a Professional Engineer license in Wisconsin and Arkansas, is a member of IEEE and a 12-year Wisconsin Army National Guard member.
Peterson earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and an MBA from Marquette University.


About Steele Solutions
Steele Solutions, Inc., is North America’s preferred designer and manufacturer of steel structures, including mezzanines, equipment platforms, towers, catwalks, crossovers, and other accessories. The structures are used in the material handling, distribution and warehousing sectors, as well as in other industrial, commercial and military settings. Steele Solutions’ success is built on its commitment to excellence by offering technical engineering innovation, superior product integrity, expert manufacturing capabilities, and an unparalleled commitment to customer service. The company works through a nationwide dealer network, and has installations in all 50 states and in several other countries. Steele Solutions is privately owned and has additional offices in the Cleveland and Philadelphia areas. The company is on the web at www.steelesolutions.com.

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