William L. Reeves is a Principal with Long International and has over 45 years of U.S. and international consulting and project execution experience involving the design, engineering, procurement, project management, construction, construction management, start-up, and commissioning of industrial and utility steam and power cogeneration systems. Mr. Reeves has experience with construction contract and change order dispute analysis and resolution, cost and schedule control, and arbitration/litigation support and expert witness report and testimony.
His project experience includes steam and power generation projects firing conventional fossil fuels, biomass, and waste fuels utilizing conventional and emerging technologies including Low NOx and Ultra Low NOx burners, pulverized coal systems, stokers, bubbling fluidized beds, circulating fluidized beds, and several first-of-a-kind new technologies. Mr. Reeves also has experience with fired and waste heat recovery steam generators operating from low pressure to supercritical and steam temperatures up to 1000 °F, combustion turbine generators, steam turbine generators, natural gas and oil fired engine generators, material handling systems, water treatment systems and instrumentation and controls. Mr. Reeves has provided expert testimony in court and has presented and published numerous articles on the subjects of the design, engineering, procurement, construction, and operation of steam and power systems.
B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Akron, 1973
Registered Professional Engineer, Ohio (No. 47903), Tennessee (No. 2970) and North Carolina (No. 009399)
American Boiler Manufacturers Association