I have designed and modified more than 25 conveyor systems to suite a variety of client-specified needs. Their functional forms included pan conveyors, troughed conveyors, chute conveyors, wheel conveyors, pipe conveyors, and roller conveyors. The systems in questions ranged in terms of length from 10 feet to 150 feet, in terms of belt width from 36 inches to 96 inches, and in terms of height from 2 feet to multi-storey applications. I have also designed conveyor-related equipment that was intended to aid in conveyor operation, improve productivity, address potential maintenance concerns, and deliver addition value to our clients’ operations. This equipment included custom belt winders, belt cleaners, let-off stands, and belt scanning equipment. The design process involved the composition of technical drawings pertaining to parts, assembly, sub-assembly, fabrication, and general arrangement through the use of SolidWorks CAD modeling software. Additional design skills were employed in the creation of client-facing documents and presentations and primarily relied on the use of the MS Office suite of applications including Word (PDF), Excel, and PowerPoint.