Biltmore Who's Who Selects James M. Augello, Jr. as an Honored Member of the Executive and Professional Registry

Top Quote The selection recognizes James M. Augello, Jr.'s commitment to excellence in Engineering. End Quote
  • Edison, NJ (1888PressRelease) February 11, 2012 - James M. Augello, Jr., Chief Operating Engineer for Siemens Energy, Inc., has been selected as an Honored Member of the Biltmore Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry. The selection recognizes James M. Augello, Jr.'s commitment to excellence in Engineering.

    Augello, who entered into the International Union of Operating Engineers in 2002, was the first step of beginning his four year apprenticeship. He is a PJM Certified Transmission System Operator, is North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Certified, and is a licensed First Class Stationary and Refrigeration New Jersey Gold Seal Chief Engineer.

    In his current role, Augello supervises the day to day activities of four PJM and NERC certified transmission system operators at the 660Mw transmission station, which is owned by Neptune Regional Transmission System (RTS). In addition, he tracks the budget by assigning Work Booking Structure numbers to all maintenance activities, conducts monthly safety incidents, handles all operations and maintenance scheduling and reporting, maintains system reliability through IMaint Enterprise Asset Management daily work order system, performs all high voltage Alternating Current and High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission yard and associated equipment outage maintenance and serves as the Neptune-RTS PJM training liaison.

    Although his father passed away before he was able to make him proud of his professional successes, Augello's father continues to be the driving force behind his passion to do good work, strive to be the best in his field and to continue to set his goals high.

    "If someone or something presents a mental challenge to me, I will make it my mission to overcome and triumph no matter how many years it may take," Augello said. "The words failure and defeat are not in my vocabulary where my career is concerned."

    Hoping to learn more about HVDC technology, Augello will have to study and become more hands-on to the highly complicated process of the alternating current rectification to direct current, then the conversion back to alternating current process. This is the new way power transmission will be done in the United States in the coming years, which has become a staple in Europe.

    Augello is a member of International Union of Operating Engineers. When he isn't busy working, he enjoys computers, hockey and baseball.

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