Mr. Lanphier received his BS degrees in Engineering (Electrical Option) at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado in 1992 and 1993 respectively. He also received a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering (Machines and Power Systems) at the University of Colorado at Denver, Colorado in 2003.
Mark has extensive experience in designing and managing the design of power and control system design for transmission, substations, power plants (gas, coal-fired, and hydro-electric), and industrial facilities. His experience also includes numerous power system studies, electrical protection studies, outage investigations, harmonic studies, feasibility studies, developing protective relay settings and field commissioning and testing relays. Mark also has experience in trouble-shooting, testing of electrical apparatus including transformers, switchgear, motors, and generators.
At NEI Mark has been involved in numerous substation projects, generating plants, chemical and petrochemical process plants, wastewater treatment plants and large commercial projects including management, design, testing, commissioning, trouble-shooting, protection coordination studies, and construction observation.