Andre Gill is an engineer with a multitude of experience, 5 years in Biotech, 2 years in Oil & Gas, and 7 years in Naval Nuclear power. Over the last five years, he has served various engineering roles within the Biotech industry as a lead facilities engineer, global critical utilities engineer, process and project engineer. Andre has engineered projects that reduced the consumption of natural gas by 5%; increased boiler operating efficiency by 16%; reduced quenching water usage by 20,000 gpd. Other projects included using reverse osmosis reject to supply cooling tower make up saving 8,000,000 gallons per year from being sent directly to drain while the same amount is reused to provide cooling water. He engineered a solution to deliver WFI to a remote location in a facility that didn’t have supporting utilities for a WFI still, by providing a skid that used chilled water to condense clean steam from an adjacent building. Andre has been involved in the development of a Global Engineering Rouge Monitoring and the revisions of internal piping specifications.