Cypress, TX— 08/04/2021 — SPS has recently executed a regional representative agreement with Elam Company and look forward to providing further regional customer support.
Elam brings several decades of process equipment experience and expertise across industries which will be an invaluable resource to our clients. The Elam team is well versed with SPS' product lines and will provide additional benefit in design collaboration. Elam will have exclusive access to our full product line offerings, including: separators, heat exchangers, pressure products, skid packages, etc. and provide representation within the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin.
SPS has continued to expand it's regional presence through our representative partners. These partners share SPS' customer centric operating philosophy and have extensive experience with our product line offerings.
Cypress, TX— 09/20/2017 — Jay Stell, PhD, Vice President of Engineering, recently published an article through the Society of Petroleum Engineers' (SPE) Savvy Separator Series. The article titled The Code Implications of Retrofitting a Separator details options available when considering pressure vessel repair and retro-fits. If you would like information on the article, please let us know by contacting us.
Jay leads our Engineering department and has been involved in several retro-fit and repair projects, providing guidance and expertise to perform these services taking into account all jurisdictional oversight. With our experienced engineering, manufacturing, and quality teams, we are able to take on these projects to provide customers prompt turnarounds and savings compared to new capital equipment purchase. Please see details on these services offered here.
Cypress, TX— 06/12/2014 — Today at the property closing, Schultz Process Services, Inc. announces that it has just closed on a 3.75+ acre tract in Northwest Harris County. The property is near Cypress N. Houston and Eldridge intersection – on the southwest corner with frontage to Cypress N. Houston. The tract is set to be the new location for SPS headquarters; expecting to move operations from their current location on Tower Oaks to this new property later this year.
The property includes an existing 2,600 sqft office that is scheduled for remodeling to accommodate SPS' growing staff. The existing office will be accompanied by a new 2,500 sqft office building set to break ground very soon. Between these two buildings, SPS headquarters will boast 2 generously sized state-of-the-art conference rooms and enough office space for 25+ employees.
The property initially caught the eye of SPS President, Don Schultz, earlier this year for its down-home country feel stating that it was a "…country oasis in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Houston… it is an ideal place for SPS employees to call a home-away-from-home…"
Over the past year, SPS has experienced tremendous growth & has doubled their staff accordingly. Keeping with their business philosophy and values, SPS will continue to operate as a small-oriented company with focus on customer responsiveness and meeting market demands expediently. One of SPS’ most recent additions has added experience and guidance to our engineering department. Russ Scinta, formally of Peerless Mfg, joins SPS Engineering Department as Lead Engineer and brings 40+ years of ASME pressure vessel design and manufacturing experience.
Houston, TX— 09/03/2013 — Today at the company headquarters, Schultz Process Services, Inc. announces that it was chosen to be part of a study entitled “Design Challenges of the World’s Largest Slug Catcher.” The study cites the Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Study of the vessel conducted by SPS. The study was presented at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) before a live audience. The publication may be found here for more information. Also, please reference our CFD capabilities here.
Houston, TX— 06/03/2013 — Today at the company headquarters, Schultz Process Services, Inc. announces that Jay Stell, PhD has joined the company effective June 1, 2013 as Vice President of Engineering and Development.
Jay brings over 20 years experience in separator design, testing, troubleshooting and product development. Jay has a PhD in mechanical engineering and has worked in the separation industry with Burgess-Manning and more recently with Peerless Mfg. Co.