Timber Line Electric and Controls Corp

Year Founded:1987
Annual Revenue:$5-10 million
Listing Last Updated:10/5/2022

Contact Information
Name:David Burg - Project Manager
Address:
17591 CO-8
MorrisonCO 80465 United States
Phone:3036970440
Email:david@tlecc.net
Website:www.tlecc.net

Corporate Resume
Timber Line Electric & Control Corp. was established in 1987 by Kurt Evezich and incorporated in April 1988. Timber Line's original mission was to provide instrumentation and control field service to rural water and sanitation districts. The Timber Line customer base has grown steadily and currently encompasses over 150 municipal water and sanitation districts in 5 states. In addition, Timber Line serves clients in the skiing, mining, power distribution, oil & gas, and food processing industries. TLECC is also excited about expanding its involvement in clean and renewable technologies and other promising new industries. Timber Line began as a Systems Integrator, a business that builds control systems for clients by combining hardware and software products from multiple vendors. Using a Systems Integrator, a company can align cheaper, pre-configured components and off-the-shelf software to meet key business goals. These components can be integrated with new or existing hardware, packaged and custom software, and communications infrastructure to create turnkey automation.

Industries Served
automation/controlcommunicationscomputers/info systemsengineering/construction
food/beveragemanufacturing--generalmining/mineralsmunicipalities
powertest/measurementwater/wastewateragricultural
building automationdiscrete manufacturingelectrical equipmentelectronics
energy--generalfiber opticsgovernment/defensehydroelectric energy
material handlingoil/gaspackagingwire/cable
bottling/canningbrewing/distillingcoalcontrolled atmosphere
postal/shippingprocessingquality control/testresearch/development
security/correctionssteelutilitiesaluminum
appliancesautomotivebiotechnologyheat treating
metalspharmaceuticalspulp/paperstone/clay/glass/brick
warehousingdata centers

Areas Served
MT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NVMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSAK-WA-OR-CA-HIAR-LA-OK-TX
DE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLKY-TN-AL-MSME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CTNY-NJ-PA
OH-IN-IL-MI-WI

Engineering Specialties
analyzer systemsautomation--generalCAD/documentationcalibration/certification
control panelscybersecuritydata collection/reportingdata processing/mgmnt
designs/specificationsdiagnosticselectrical engineeringenclosures
factory automationfield serviceflow controlHMI
installation/start-upinstr/data acquisitionlevel controlmaintenance/repair
motors/motion controlnetworking/commPLCspressure control
process controlprocess engineeringproject managementrobotics
SCADAsignal process/conditionsupervisory controlsystems engineering
turnkey systemswater/wastewaterWeb technologywireless
advanced controlautomated assemblybuilding automationcomputer hardware
computer softwareDCSfiber opticshazardous environments
information systemsPC-based controlspersonal computerspower systems engr
project planningpumps/compressors/turbinesafety/security systemstemperature control
test/inspectionutilitiesvalidationvision systems
Visual Basicautomatic guided vehiclesbatch controlbatch processing
C/C++condition monitoringcontrolled atmosphereconveying/sorting
discrete controlhydraulics/pneumaticsresearch/developmentscheduling/logistics
substation automationtraining/educationautomated weldingautomatic test equipment
blendingdiscrete parts handlingenergy managementfault tolerant systems
international projectsmachine design/controlpackagingproduct tracking/ident
simulation/modelingremote telemetryRTU/FIUalarm notifications

Product Experience
Allen-BradleyAnalog DevicesAutodeskBanner Engineering
Eaton CorporationEndress + HausereWONGE Digital
HoffmanIDECMotorolaOmega Engineering
Phoenix ContactProSoftRed Lion ControlsRockwell Automation
Rockwell SoftwareSchneider ElectricSiemensWIN-911
ABBAcromagAmetekAutomationDirect
AVEVABeckhoff AutomationCisco SystemsCognex
DellElo TouchsystemsFANUC RoboticsFluke
HirschmannICONICSInductive AutomationInduSoft
KepwareKeyenceMaple SystemsMitsubishi
Omron ElectronicsOSIsoftPanduitPilz
WonderwareYaskawaBeldenBosch-Rexroth
Emerson AutomationFoxboroJohnson ControlsMicrosoft
National InstrumentsPepperl + FuchsControl MicrosystemsIBM
IntelSIXNETSoftPLCTexas Instruments
ToshibaTurckYokogawaSCADAPhone
VMWare

Corporate Affiliations
Allen-BradleyAnalog DevicesAutodeskBanner Engineering
Eaton CorporationEndress + HauserGE DigitalHoffman
IDECMotorolaOmega EngineeringPanduit
Phoenix ContactProSoftRed Lion ControlsRockwell Automation
Rockwell SoftwareSchneider ElectricSiemensABB
AcromagAmetekAutomationDirectAVEVA
Beckhoff AutomationDellHirschmannICONICS
Inductive AutomationInduSoftKepwareKeyence
Maple SystemsMicrosoftWonderwareCognex
Elo TouchsystemsIBMMitsubishiOmron Electronics
OSIsoftWIN-911Bosch-RexrothCisco Systems
CitectControl MicrosystemsFANUC RoboticsFoxboro
Hewlett-PackardHoneywellIntelJohnson Controls
KeithleyOraclePepperl + FuchsPilz
SIXNETTexas InstrumentsToshibaTurck
YaskawaHach

Professional Affiliations
CSIACSS/IEEEIAS/IEEEIEEE
IMS/IEEEISAOPC FoundationCO DORA
WYOPEPL