Robert Chisholm

PRINCIPAL ENGINEER
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Education
Masters of Engineering Administration, University Of Utah
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University Of Utah

License
Professional Engineer, Utah 158462-2202 (1980)

Affiliations
Eta Kappa Nu - Engineering Honor Society

Engineering Specialties
Telecommunications, Project Estimating (including economic evaluation/justification), Project Management, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA) (Master, RTU, and protocol implementation)

CC&E Engineers, Inc. - 2002 to present
Career Engineer
Consulting engineering services for all aspects of planning, design, and installation of analog and digital multiplex, fiber optics systems and SCADA RTU.
• Developed SCADA RTU point-to-point testing procedure for installation of new

Energy Management System
• Project manpower and material estimation
• Protective relaying telemetry circuits
• Engineering for new and expanded Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA) RTUs
• Multiple address radio installation for SCADA
• Interfacing SCADA with PLC generation control systems and DNP networks
• Substation to Substation - Fiber optic cable system

PacifiCorp Electric Operations - Utah Power & Light Co.
Electrical Engineering - 32 years

Communications and SCADA Engineering - 30 years

Performed all Engineering activities associated with design, procurement, and construction for Telecommunications, Energy Management Systems (EMS), SCADA, and Dispatch Support. Helped develop full graphics display standards for new EMS systems. Worked with Human Factors consultants and dispatch personnel to ensure that needs were met by new display designs.

Managed, designed, and tested new implementations of custom SCADA protocols. Managed the installation of Alternate Control Centers for emergency dispatch backup. This included physical facilities, electrical, emergency generation, and computer interfacing to telemetry and human interface. Worked with the IEEE technical committee to host the 1995 biannual PICA
international conference in Salt Lake City. This involved the selection of a volunteer host committee and working with the Salt Lake Visitors and Convention Bureau.

Distribution Standards Engineering - 2 years

Helped develop underground distribution and metering standards and was also on the South East Idaho Corrosion Coordinating Committee.

University of Utah - 1 year

Worked at the University of Utah Instrumentation Research Laboratory. Helped to certify telephone equipment and worked on one of a kind electronic and electromechanical projects.

 

CC&E Engineering

308 East 4500 South Ste. 150
Murray, Utah 84107

(801) 363-2100