Dr. Reinhard Hanselka Joins CRB as the Director of Code Compliance
Jun 17, 2013
CRB, a full service design, construction and consulting firm specializing in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, science and technology, mission critical, and advanced technology facilities, has announced that Dr. Reinhard Hanselka will join CRB as the Director of Code Compliance.
With 39 years of experience in hazardous material and fire code compliance, Dr. Hanselka will provide his specialized knowledge and expertise to CRB’s domestic and international clients. Dr. Hanselka’s leadership skills will be an invaluable asset in guiding CRB and the industry in the regulatory requirements of hazardous materials, toxic gases, fire protection and building codes. Dr. Hanselka will be based in CRB’s Carlsbad office.
“I am thrilled to have Reinhard join the CRB family,” said Doug Conrath, CRB Western Region Leader. “CRB has worked beside Reinhard for many years on various projects with numerous clients, and we have always been impressed with his passion for knowledge and industry advancement. We are delighted to bring his knowledge and passion for solving problems to our clients and the industry.”
As an accomplished thought leader in his field, Dr. Hanselka strengthens CRB’s depth of resources and its nationally recognized team of industry experts.
Dr. Hanselka earned a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Delaware, an M.S. from Stroud University, and a B.S. in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology. He has made enormous contributions to numerous jurisdictions and industries over the past four decades, currently serving as Consultant to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Energy and the Department of Defense. He was a founding Member of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter ISPE; an ASME Bioprocess Committee Member; Presidential appointee to the NFPA 1 National Fire Code Technical Committee. Dr. Hanselka holds several U.S. and International patents, and is an author and frequent lecturer on subjects of hazardous materials and ultra-pure systems.