Eddie Guidry

Eddie
Guidry
Technical Director,
Fluor Enterprises, Inc.
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Eddie Guidry is a technical director at Fluor Enterprises, Inc., Sugar Land, Texas. He is highly skilled in electrical and control systems for industrial construction, design, and engineering (both domestic and abroad). The majority of Eddie’s 36 years of experience includes upstream and downstream portions of petrochemical plants and refineries. He is also heavily experienced in water and wastewater treatment facilities. Eddie is very active in the development of U.S. national (ANSI) and international codes and standards, and has been a principal member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) National Electrical Code (NEC) committee since 1999 and NFPA’s National Advisory Committee on Electrical Safety Research since 2008. Eddie, who has also developed and conducted many electrical courses and seminars over the years, currently holds the corporate Master Electrician license for Fluor Corporation in the State of Texas and is also an ICC/IAEI certified electrical inspector.

Articles
Instrument Tray Cable
Why you have to know what you’re doing when specifying ITC cable
Grounding in Industrial Locations
Ever wonder why petrochemical plants and refineries bury so much copper wire and ground rods throughout the process units when it isn’t required by the NEC? The NEC establishes the minimum requirements considered necessary for safety.
Industrial Locations and Critical Operation Power Systems 1
It shouldn't be news to those who keep up with the NEC that Art. 708 [Critical Operation Power Systems (COPS)] was added to the Code in the 2008 edition. What may be news to some, however, is that in the 2008 proposal stage, chemical plants, refineries, oil terminals, or any other facility where a failure or outage may affect the nation's economy or security, was included in the scope of Art. 708.
Making Sense of the NEC's Rules on Industrial Controls
How does the NEC control your signaling and control wiring requirements?
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