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Aug 2, 2017

Hargrove Controls + Automation was recently certified by CSIA (Control System Integrators Association). This certification program is a rigorous audit process to ensure industry standard best practices for execution and quality are implemented to reduced risk for companies seeking to hire automation system integration firms. Hargrove is thrilled to be added to their elite list of certified system integrators.

“Hargrove C+A is honored to receive CSIA certification,” said Matt Burton, P.E., Hargrove Controls + Automation Director. “With our status as CSIA System Integrator of the Year for 2016 and our continued involvement in CSIA through various committees, including the Business Model Task Force, we knew CSIA certification was an important next step for Hargrove. The audit process is a detailed external review of our expertise and quality. By going through this process, we show our dedication and commitment to excellence in the field of automation services.”

Hargrove Controls + Automation is one of few multi-service automation groups in the country for safety systems, industrial internet of things (IIoT) and plant automation. Since its inception in 2012, Hargrove’s C+A Team has grown to over 100 control systems engineers and specialists across all of Hargrove’s 11 offices. The Team consists of panel builders, instrumentation designers, programmers, certified process safety engineers and process control engineers specializing in DCS/PLC/SIS system integration.

CSIA is a not-for-profit, global trade association whose goal is to the advance the control systems integration industry. CSIA certification is a standard for best practices in project management, financial benchmarks, and quality assurance, staff development, as well as many other business aspects. Clients are looking to CSIA because the organization offers the only complete set of best practices as a standard for the systems integration industry.

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