Jerry Pacheco began his tenure with Joule Processing in early 2016, bringing more than 26 years of experience in multifaceted design along with management and project coordination.
Jerry previously served as Audubon Engineering's Manager of Global Engineering (Design & Engineering), specializing in standard plant designs and total installed cost estimates for midstream projects. In addition, he held interim roles as Project Manager for multiple small-cap and mid-cap projects in Audubon's downstream division. He was responsible for building Audubon's standard designs and construction drawings for global applications, including mechanical drawings, civil/structural drawings and I&E drawings for compressor stations, transmission lines, cryogenic and refrigeration gas processing plants, micro LNG facilities, fractionation plants and marine terminals.
Prior to Audubon, Jerry spent 16 years at Chemic Engineers leading project coordinator on Exterran, Merichem and Marathon projects, while holding the titles of Piping Design Group Leader, Project Coordinator and Project Manager. Jerry began his career in fabrication on the shop floor and in-field installation prior to transitioning into project coordination and facility design. Jerry received an Associate's degree in applied sciences focused in drafting technology and is a current member of Society of Piping Engineers & Design (SPED) and Process Industry Practices (PIP).