EASTON — RAUCH inc. has further expanded it’s mechanical, electrical and plumbing staff to add Nick Gregori to the team. He brings his expertise in CAD drafting with previous assignments specializing in evaporation and spray dryer systems.
Gregori’s past projects include design and completion of mechanical fabrication drawings for a new animal feed plant design in Indiana and MEP design and start-up for one of the largest dairy and cheese plants in Michigan — a project with protocols in place for confidentiality surrounding the business and expansion plans. He has been on the developmental side of R&D projects, including spray-dryer design, installation and testing to produce the product, and assembly and operations testing of distillation columns. Nick also brings construction experience for light commercial and residential projects, including interior and exterior remodels.
Current projects for RAUCH inc. that Nick is focusing on will include MEP CAD design and drafting for the new municipal water tower infrastructure projects for the Towns of Hebron and Queenstown.
“I am excited to build on my CAD skillsets for the RAUCH team and am looking forward to working on these interesting projects,” Gregori said.
“Nick is a great addition to our busy team,” MEP team lead James Harrison said, “we look forward to using his expertise to enhance our projects.”
Gregori was the 2016 Recipient of the Maryland Small Business Award, Young Entrepreneur category for Dorchester Decoy Rentals, LLC, a business he formed which supplied hunting decoys to visiting hunters. Nick earned Eagle Scout honors, has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity and served in many roles for St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Cambridge.
Born and raised in Dorchester County, Nick enjoys hunting and renovating his home he purchased two years ago.