Interlynx Group, LLC

Year Founded:2007
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:5/20/2010

Contact Information
Name:David Scalise - Managing Member
Address:   
5728 Plauche St. Suite B
HarahanLA 70123 United States
Phone:504-273-0145 ext: 12
Fax:504-729-4046
Email:dscalise@interlynxec.com
Website:www.interlynxec.com

Industries Served
chemical/petrochemicalmanufacturing--generalmarinemunicipalitiesoil/gas

Areas Served
AR-LA-OK-TXDE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLKY-TN-AL-MSME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CTAK-WA-OR-CA-HI
CanadaMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSMT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NVNY-NJ-PAOH-IN-IL-MI-WI

Engineering Specialties
electrical engineeringinstr/data acquisition

Product Experience
Allen-BradleyGeneral ElectricSchneider ElectricSiemensWonderware
Inductive Automation

Corporate Affiliations
Allen-BradleyGE Automation & ControlsKepwareWonderwareInductive Automation

Professional Affiliations
ISAULLousiana Society of Professional Engineers

Corporate Resume
The Interlynx Group L.L.C. is an engineering firm established in 2007 by a team of professionals dedicated to achieving success though superior workmanship. The company specializes in electrical engineering, automation, and control systems on various levels. Their success can be attributed to the experience, diligence, work ethic, and professionalism of their dedicated team. They believe in using their collective skills to bring to the client a superior project, whether in the form of a service or a product, each and every time. To accomplish these goals, the company uses top-of-the-line technology in their design, automation, and installation processes which results in a complete and reliable package every time. The Interlynx Group also provides one-on-one support for all of their projects by dedicated project managers who are backed up by a team of individuals well versed in the specific applications and workings of each project. The company's combined 50 plus years of experience have allowed them to diversify their talents and expertise to include a wide range of applications from design, programming, and commissioning of SCADA systems to electrical engineering, design, and consultation for control system plant integration. The company's engineers and automation specialist teams carry with them an expertise in most of the PLC programming software packages available in today’s market, including those of the prominent manufacturers such as Allen-Bradley, General Electric, Modicon, and Siemens. Additionally, their teams carry an expertise in most available HMI software packages including RSView32, Wonderware, Cimplicity, Netscada, Cygnet, and WinCC. To further compliment these offerings, the Interlynx Group has on-staff technicians who manufacture and assemble various types of control panels based on their engineer’s designs. The Interlynx team is comprised of engineers, programmers, and designers with a vast array of experience and knowledge in electrical engineering, automation, and various types of control systems. Throughout their individual careers, the company's engineers and programmers have risen to the tops of their disciplines by diversification and experience. The team members of Interlynx have been responsible for designing, programming, and manufacturing many different systems, including programming, automation, and design of interface panels for a design-build project involving eight pump stations in Jefferson Parish. The company's engineers were responsible for the programming of the programmable logic controllers and operator interface terminals (OIT). The Interlynx team was also responsible for determining methods of interface to existing control panels to enable control and interconnection to newly added PLC-based panels. They also configured, animated, and programmed OIT stations to illustrate the full process of operation, monitoring, and control purposes for the station operators. They interviewed the station operators and incorporated various logic derived from suggestions and requests into the programs and OIT displays. Throughout the project, they reviewed existing control panel drawings and control panel wiring to determine the best and most economical method of interface to enable control from the new PLC panels. They also modified the new PLC panels to incorporate additional controls, device interconnection, and PLC modules as required by change orders due to an expanded scope of work on this project.