Mobile, Ala. –– Hargrove Controls + Automation has recently been named 2022 System Integrator of the Year by Control Engineering magazine. This is one of the highest honors in the automation industry, awarded to deserving firms by a panel of automation experts.
“The Control Engineering/Plant Engineering System Integrator of the Year title is a direct reflection of our team’s dedication and our clients’ commitment to partner with us as we strive for excellence in the automation industry,” said Karen Griffin, Hargrove’s Vice President of Controls + Automation. “Our Team takes great pride in getting to know our clients, understanding their day-to-day challenges, and working together to create solutions.”
Hargrove has also been ranked #26 in the 2022 Control Engineering System Integrator Giants list. Visit https://www.controleng.com/articles/hargrove-controls-automation-is-system-integrator-of-the-year-2022 to read the full article published by Control Engineering.
Hargrove Controls + Automation is one of few multi-service automation groups in the country for plant automation, safety systems, industrial internet of things and industrial digitalization. Since its inception in 2012, Hargrove’s Controls + Automation team has grown to over 100 control systems engineers and specialists across Hargrove’s 17 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, IT/OT, and Cybersecurity. Hargrove’s digitalization expertise extends into advanced process control, equipment failure predictions, reliability and availability analyses, multi-variate analysis and advanced dashboarding and workflow management, implementing the vision of Industry 4.0.
Hargrove Controls + Automation, a subsidiary of Hargrove Engineers + Constructors, implements control systems for pulp and paper, chemical, refining, life sciences, power generation, petrochemical, and other industrial facilities. Tormod, our commissioning and operations group, specializes in transitioning engineered facilities into operating assets, with both short-term commissioning assistance and long-term operations contracts.