About the Company
Power Engineers Collaborative is a Midwest engineering firm based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Chicago, Illinois; dedicated to providing services to clients in the Power Industry and Building Systems markets. The company focus began in the power industry providing engineering solutions to Utilities and Independent Power Developers for the expansion, modernization, consolidation, and creation of new power generation assets.
In 2002, the core business included aiding clients in site selection, environmental permitting, equipment studies, financing, preparation of contract document, bid evaluation, contract award, preparation of detailed construction documents, design of auxiliary facilities, engineering services during construction, and training of operating and maintenance personnel.
In 2003, PEC launched its Building Systems Engineering Division (BSE) to aid clients throughout the United States by extending capabilities and towards the Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, and Energy-related needs of the commercial, residential and institutional sectors.
Our work experience ranges from interior developments to high-rise new construction. Business sectors include commercial, retail, data and communication, K-12 and higher educational, food service, high rise development, hotel, multi-family residential, industrial, power, municipal, public works, and parking facilities.
PEC offers clients services in all phases of a MEP project including permitting, conceptual design, project management and detailed design and construction commissioning start-up.
It is our responsibility and goal to provide our clients with a custom tailored product that not only satisfies the initial design requirements but also exceeds these expectations.
“Our success is based on the success of our clients. That's why we deliver innovative solutions in a fast-tracked, budget conscious marketplace.”
- George Shibayama, Principal
PEC Principals have years of experience serving clients and providing technical solutions throughout the world. Their experience includes affiliation with Utilities, OEMs, Architect Engineers, Constructors, and Developers.
George Shibayama, P.E.
Mr. Shibayama has more than 40 years of experience in the Power Industry, with a background in the engineering, procurement, and construction of both nuclear and fossil fueled generating facilities.
Matthew W. Brown, P.E.
Principal, Vice President
Mr. Brown has more than 40 years of experience in the Building Systems Engineering and Power Engineering Industries. His background includes extensive experience in refrigeration, nuclear, fossil fuel, and cogeneration facilities.
Bryan J. Eskra, P.E.
Principal, Vice President
Mr. Eskra has more than 40 years of experience in the Power Industry, with a background in Utility operations and design engineering, OEM design and development, and large project delivery.
Ram Madugula, P.E.
Mr. Madugula has more than 30 years of professional experience in the Power Industry. His background includes design projects associated with combined cycles, biomass, coal and IGCC technologies.
PEC has home office locations in Chicago, Illinois and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in addition to personnel stationed at project sites throughout the United States and globally.
100 South Wacker Drive, Suite 1100
Chicago, Illinois 60606
150 North Sunny Slope Road, Suite 110
Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005 - 4806
A Division of Juhl Energy, Inc.
PEC operates as an independent division of Juhl Energy, Inc., an established leader in community-based Wind Power development and management.
Juhl Energy, Inc. is a Minnesota based renewable energy company focused on the development, financing, construction, ownership and operation of renewable energy projects throughout North America. Juhl Energy pioneered community-based wind energy development by creating several currently accepted financial, operational and legal structures which provide local ownership of medium-to-large scale wind farms. To date, Juhl Energy has developed 22 wind energy projects (237MW) throughout the Midwest and has several other renewable energy projects in various stages of development throughout the world. Juhl Energy is a publicly traded company and is listed on the OTCBB under the symbol "JUHL"
Woodstock Hills Wind Project Woodstock, Minnesota