Charles H. King
John B. Adger,
Alan J. Salzberg
Phillip S. Teumim
Mark Lautenschlager is Liberty’s
lead electric consultant in the operations audit of Northwestern
Energy–Montana. He led the review of substations and assisted in
several others, focusing on maintenance and construction, in
Liberty’s investigation of Commonwealth Edison for the Illinois
Commerce Commission. He was also Liberty’s project manager for the
assessment of standards and practices of Alabama Power and Georgia
Power. He is now serving as Liberty’s project manager for the
recommendation implementation project at Commonwealth Edison. He was
employed by I&M Electric, an AEP company, as substation maintenance
and relay engineer and Harza Engineering as substation engineer in
Iran. He was also owner and Senior Vice-President Engineering and
Operations of High Voltage Maintenance Corporation.
Mr. Lautenschlager brings to Liberty particularly strong
- Electrical testing and
- Substation design and
- Forensic investigations
of failed equipment
- Safety and technical
training of electrical testing and maintenance technicians
In 1999, Mr. Lautenschlager
formed a company specializing in training of electrical maintenance
technicians and engineers, developing RCM-based substation
maintenance programs, and performing forensic investigations of
electrical equipment failures. Mr. Lautenschlager is a registered
professional engineer in Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, and holds
a BSEE degree. He is a past president of the International
Electrical Testing Association, and is active in developing ANSI
electrical equipment maintenance specifications.
consultant for substations, maintenance, and construction for
Liberty’s investigation of the reliability of Commonwealth Edison’s
transmission and distribution systems for the Illinois Commerce
consultant on Liberty’s examination of T&D reliability for the
Georgia and Alabama electric utility operating companies of Southern
President, ERC International, Inc.
electrical test technicians.
Performed forensic investigations for equipment owners, contractors,
and insurance companies.
Witnessed factory tests of new large power transformers.
Provided PCB Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures plans.
Assisted electrical testing companies resolve technical issues.
Vice President, High Voltage Maintenance Corporation
all training, quality control systems, and compliance procedures.
Verified technical and manpower performance.
Maintained state-of-art technical service for HVM customers.
Consulted with equipment owners to design testing and maintenance
Performed electrical studies.
large substation commissioning and maintenance projects nationally
Substation Engineer, Harza Engineering Company
Worked on four large 400/230kV substation projects in Iran.
Prepared final designs and electrical studies.
Supervised overall construction of substations.
Supervised commissioning of substations.
Relay Engineer, Indiana and Michigan Electric Company (AEP)
Substation Maintenance Engineer, Indiana and Michigan Electric
Managed substation inspection, testing, maintenance, commissioning,
and reinforcement programs.
Supervised substation maintenance and testing personnel.
Analyzed test data.
Indiana Public Service Company
1969, Tri-State University, Angola, Indiana
Registered Professional Engineer - Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania
• International Electrical Testing Association (NETA),
President - 1998-99
Technical articles for NETA World magazine.
Articles in Electrical World, EC&M, and Pulp & Paper magazines.