Title: Senior Structural Engineer
Company: BSI Engineering LLC
Location: Clinton, Iowa, United States
Gene Farach, senior structural engineer at BSI Engineering LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in industrial design engineering.
With nearly five decades of experience to his credit, Mr. Farach has cultivated a career of excellence in the field of engineering. Specializing in industrial and structural engineering, he has excelled as a senior structural engineer at BSI Engineering LLC since 2021. BSI Engineering offers a wealth of engineering services in industries such as aviation, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and biotech, and chemical production. Adjacent to his primary duties, Mr. Farach has also served as the owner and principal of The Farach Group, where he oversees various independent structural projects and manages administrative tasks and business development.
Mr. Farach previously operated as a teacher and instructor for engineering at the Morrison Institute of Technology for two years. He was also a senior structural engineer at IIW P.C. (now Origin Design) between 2013 and 2014. Originally beginning his career in 1976, he has served with many notable companies over the course of his vocational journey, including USG Corporation, Alliance Engineering Inc., and Whitman, Requardt & Associates LLP. Mr. Farach also maintained the honorable position of mayor of Longwood, Florida, from 1988 to 1990.
Before beginning his professional career, Mr. Farach pursued a formal education. In 1976, he earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering at the University of Florida. He subsequently continued his education for many more years, learning key engineering systems and programs, such as programming C++, structural dynamics, and seismic, concrete, steel, post-tensioned, and computer-aided design (AutoCAD). In addition to his academic credentials, Mr. Farach is a licensed professional structural engineer (PE).
As part of his accomplishments as an engineer, Mr. Farach holds two technology patents, and he has published several articles and papers pertaining to his field, including “Light-Gauge Engineering in Today’s Marketplace – The Challenges” in 1994. To commemorate his achievements, he was honored with the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects Award in 1986, which he received for his work in designing the Downtown Orlando bus terminal. He was originally inspired to pursue a career in engineering by his father, who served as a constant source of support and encouragement. In the coming years, Mr. Farach hopes to fully retire from professional work and focus on spending more time with his wife, Dorothy.
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