Morehouse Engineering Plant Process Systems
(609) 466-4955
43 Railroad Place, Hopewell, NJ 08525

Our Staff

Our Staff

 Charles S. Morehouse: President MEI

Mr. C. Schuyler Morehouse, President of Morehouse Engineering, Inc. has been involved in the design and construction of process facilities within the Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Petrochemical, Wastewater, and Mining industries for the past twenty years. The constructed values of these facilities ranged from $800,000 to $365 million.

Mr. Morehouse received his BSME from the University of Pennsylvania and started his career with Bechtel Inc. in their Refinery and Chemical Division. Moving from the petrochemical and mining industries to the wastewater industry, he joined Metcalf and Eddy, a leading environmental consulting engineering firm. He then proceeded to establish Morehouse Engineering, Inc. in 1990, a firm that concentrates on cross discipline plant process systems design, fabrication, and start-up services.

John P. Birosak: CFO

John earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Susquehanna University in 1977. He later completed a Master of Business Administration at Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1986.

He brings 29 years of company finance and control experience with companies ranging from $12 to $150 million dollars of gross revenue.

For the past 19 years, he has supported the design and construction of cost management for all Morehouse projects. He understands the needs of clients in both the public and private sectors to provide them with any project cost accounting. He has established a preferred provider status with MERCK through careful and accurate accounting methods.

He holds a Sale and Tax Use Certificate, an Essentials of Human Resources and the Law Certificate, as well as a Payroll Law Certificate.

Chris Kunkel: Senior Staff Engineer

Christopher P. Kunkel, Lead Structural & Mechanical Engineer at Morehouse Engineering, Inc., received his BSME from Rutgers University in 1983 with high honors, and began his career as a project and test engineer on large-scale commercial aircraft engine development at United Technologies for Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Company.

Mr. Kunkel left the aerospace industry in the early 1990’s to enter into a partnership in a residential construction company where he gained valuable experience in a small business operation. Mr. Kunkel then returned to professional engineering upon joining Morehouse Engineering in 1996.

Mr. Kunkel concentrates on plant system layout, piping system design, control valve specification, industrial ventilation, process equipment specification, and site supervision. He also specializes in pipe stress and pipe support analysis for all process piping commodities.

Patricia Kovach: Engineering Assistant

Patricia Kovach, Engineering Assistant at Morehouse Engineering, Inc., received her BSGE from Kennedy-Western University in 2005 and began her career as an Instrumentation and Controls Design/Drafter for demineralized water treatment systems at Graver Water Company.

Ms. Kovach left Graver, allowing her to join her supervisor in establishing his own corporation in the late 1980’s as and I & C Designer. She spent in excess of 15 years designing, drafting, programming PLC based control panels and systems, predominately Modicon and Allen-Bradley. In addition to the system engineering projects she was also responsible for the day to day business operations of the engineering department in conjunction with the Director of Engineering, a Corporate Principal. Ms. Kovach left Control Solutions, Inc. upon the retirement of her supervisor in 2002 to join Morehouse Engineering.

Since joining Morehouse Engineering, Ms. Kovach has held a contract position at Merck & Company in their Engineering Information Services Department.
Gregory Emburgia: Reliability Engineer
Gregory Emburgia graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University in 1987. He has been an electrical engineer and system integrator since joining Morehouse Engineering in 2003.

Mr. Emburgia has developed wiring, PLC programming, HMI screen development for the Ocean County Utilities Authority Central Plant, Effluent Pumping Station, the Milltown Waste water Pumping station, the Mendham WWTP and the OCUA Northern WPCF.

Mr. Emburgia has years of hands-on programming, troubleshooting, start up and training experience with Modicon, Allen-Bradley, Wonderware, Intellution, SquareD and Eaton control platform products.

It is also important to note that Greg is a former US Navy Veteran. During his time in the military he operated as an interior communications electrician. His duties included performing and repairing maintenance of shipboard electrical and electronic communications as well as navigational equipment.

As a reliability engineer at Merck, he is currently responsible for preventive and predictive maintenance for physical plant equipment using computer management systems for SAP/MAXIMO. He also reviews assets for to critically and more effectively manage maintenance plans for increased reliability.

Matt Maloney: Systems Engineer

Matt received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Trenton State College in 1991. He also obtained an AAS for Aviation Flight Technology from Thomas Edison State College in 1988. He brings 15 years of job experience to MEI after working in the field of Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) and Environmental Testing. There, he designed, built, and maintained instrumentation and monitoring systems, as well as creating programming Data for Acquisition Systems.

Currently, he designs and builds Industrial Control Systems, develops SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems, in addition to HMI development and PLC programming.

Notable projects he has worked on include upgrading the Controls and SCADA System at the Trenton Water Works Main Filtration Plant.

Lynn Scollay: Materials Inventory, Storeroom Manager and Operator, Super User

Lynn holds an Associate’s Degree and most often uses her expertise for Operation Management and Corporate Lighting Project Management. On site at Merck she manages 5S services including SAP material review. She specializes in prepping data for site coordinators for removal and shipping while recording and updating all records in SAP to reflect status. Most importantly, she provides SAP training, instructs business processes for requisitions and purchase orders, to help transition new integrators. Furthermore, she will analyze and record SAP data while creating new SAP material items for site stores.

Using a North American Phillips Lighting certification as well as her certification for lighting from General Electric, combined with her SAP knowledge, Lynn is the go-to person to have any sales, or inventory management occur more efficiently.

Brian Schlinder: Draftsman, Designer

Since 2008, Brian has created all electrical and control drawings associated with a 4 MGD municipal wastewater treatment plant renovation. He prepares P&ID’s, Loop diagrams, Electrical distribution plans. He designs electrical and instrument details by utilizing Autodesk Inventor to create animated 3-D models of portable photovoltaic powered water filtration stations for design analysis and sales presentation.
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