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Control system integrator Superior Controls hires its first Chief Financial Officer and Director of Human Resources as company dramatically expands engineering staff and prepares to open second office in Albany, NY in support of growing customer demand for its industrial automation engineering expertise

Seabrook, NH – August 11, 2016 – Superior Controls, Inc., a leading control system integrator of custom industrial automation and IT solutions, today announced recent additions to the company’s executive team to meet the needs of its growing workforce and expanding New York customer base. Allen Schweitzer joins Superior Controls as its first Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and Laurie LeMay joins as its first Director of Human Resources.

“As we’ve grown, our company needs additional strategic leadership in Finance and HR. Allen and Laurie together bring a wealth of senior management experience to our executive team. Their contributions will be critical to our continued growth and success as we prepare to open our second office in Albany, NY,” says Rick Pierro, president and CEO of Superior Controls.

Schweitzer brings more than 20 years of senior-level finance and operations management experience for companies in all phases of the business lifecycle. He most recently served as Vice President and CFO of Harbor Health Services, Inc. Schweitzer has a strong record of scaling companies both organically and through mergers and acquisitions.

In addition to his responsibilities of planning, implementing, managing and controlling all financial-related activities of the company, Schweitzer will play a key role in developing, monitoring and evaluating overall corporate strategy with the senior management team to maximize revenue growth and drive profitability.

“Superior Controls senior management team has a proven track record of success. The company has established itself as a leader in providing industrial automation and IT solutions for highly regulated industries, including Biotech, Food and Beverage, and Energy production,” said Schweitzer. “I look forward to helping build the systems and processes vital to scaling the company for even more success.”

LeMay joins Superior Controls as the Director of Human Resources (HR), responsible for planning, organizing and administering all aspects of HR. Most recently, LeMay served as Director of Human Resources for Associa New England, a global leader in real estate property management. With 18 years’ experience in recruiting and shaping high-performance cultures, she will build on and support the company’s infrastructure and people initiatives.

LeMay’s focus will be on enhancing Superior Controls’ collaborative and accomplished team as the company expands across multiple states and opens new offices. “It is an exciting time to be part of this company,” said LeMay. “We have been aggressively hiring experienced engineers who want to be part of a dynamic company offering great career growth opportunities.”

To support the company’s growing New York customer base, Superior Controls will be hiring at least six engineers to add to its Albany, NY engineering team. The executive team will be hosting a meet and greet Wednesday, August 18, 2016, at the Hampton Inn in Albany, NY to meet with prospective engineering candidates for the new Albany, NY office.

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About Superior Controls, Inc.
Since 1993, Superior Controls, Inc. has reliably delivered professionally executed automation and control systems integration services to leading companies in 30 separate states and 15 countries. In addition to being six-time certified by the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA), Superior Controls has passed a number of project management and validation audits performed by industry leaders such as Pfizer, Biogen, GE Healthcare, and more. As Superior Controls now undergoes expansion, it will exhibit the same commitment to innovation and quality that customers have come to expect over the last 23 years.
Georgia Whalen
Superior Controls, Inc.