Rudolph Bourgeois named Plant Engineer of the Raceway Division

Rudy Bourgeios

Robroy Industries Raceway Division recently announced the addition of Rudolph Bourgeois to the team in the role of Plant Engineer. Rudy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Technology Applied Engineering from the University of Texas at Tyler, and an Associates of Applied Science in Computer Aided Drafting from Texas State Technical College. Rudy is currently enrolled at the University of Texas, and is working on his Master’s in Industrial Management. Prior to joining Robroy Industries, Rudy worked for Lone Star Steel as a Maintenance Supervisor. When asked what attracted him to the organization, he stated “Robroy Industries has continuously remained at the forefront of quality and on time service. This coupled with the fact that innovation has been prevalent shows that the company is committed to continuous growth. There is a future with this company. The structure of the organization, setting of smart goals, and focus on the development of our people makes me a good fit with the team.”

In his new role as Plant Engineer for Robroy Industries Raceway Division, Rudy will be responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the activities of all personnel involved in the maintenance department.  This includes preventative maintenance as well as any repair or alteration of equipment, buildings, structures and tools.

Robroy Industries Raceway Division President, Steve Voelzke states “We are excited to have Rudy on board.  His background and technical knowledge will be a great asset to our organization and plans for continued innovation and growth.”

About Robroy Industries Raceway Division: Robroy Industries is a manufacturer of electrical products and has been in one-family ownership for over 110 years.  The Raceway Division manufactures a complete line of PVC Coated Conduit, Fittings, and Accessories for use in corrosive environments.  Manufactured in the U.S.A., ISO 9001-certified, the PVC coated line complies with all standards mandated by UL6, NEMA RN-1, ANSI C80.1, UL 1203 and ETL PVC-001.  For more information, visit: