Fab Plant Spotlight: James Walls
Name: James Walls
“I wire devices and instrumentation to control panels on various projects.”
James Walls was born and raised in South St. Louis County and currently lives in Mehlville with his family. James has worked at EPIC for almost two years as a full time employee.
- 2008 graduate from Mehlville High School
- Attended Meramec Community College through the A+ Program
- Graduated from Ranken Technical College’s Control Systems Technology program
Most Challenging EPIC Project:
“Our recent multi-skid project was the most challenging due to its complexity and large scale. This project was the largest and most complicated job I have worked on.”
Most Rewarding Project at EPIC:
“The multi-skid project was the most rewarding because I never thought I would understand nor have the opportunity to work on a project this complex.”
What James likes most about EPIC:
“I like the people and the environment at EPIC. Everyone is down to earth. I plan to work at EPIC for many years to come!”
James loves music and attending concerts. He enjoys four-wheeling and camping with his friends.
James has been four-wheeling since he was 10 years old. He used to race four-wheelers in the Missouri Hare Scramblers Championship.