Mr. Crever has been working in the engineering profession since 2009. He began his engineering career in Tucson, AZ in a research capacity working on a number of projects including government and private enterprises. The most notable being a project overseen by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) where he worked with a team to develop a new method of making titanium metal through an electrolytic process.
In 2011 Mr. Crever began working in the mining industry developing the plant layouts for new mining projects throughout the North and South America. He was a project engineer and lead mechanical engineer on many projects that oversaw the process need of the mining plant design and operation. In this field Mr. Crever became familiar with the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) as well as heavy equipment and industrial plant layout and design.
Mr. Crever then relocated to Denver, CO where he continued to work in the mining industry performing plant layout and design as well as overseeing all mechanical and heavy equipment for a mining project to be located in the country of Turkey. At this position he also became part of the design team for a set of large vertical autoclaves used in the processing of gold ore.
In 2015 Mr. Crever began work as a plumbing and HVAC engineer in Centennial, CO. He performed the design of the plumbing network and HVAC equipment network for large commercial projects and high-rise buildings in and around Colorado. He was the lead engineer on many of these projects and mentored more junior engineers. Mr. Crever worked extensively with the International Code Council (ICC) collection of codes, most notably the International Mechanical Code and International plumbing Code, International Fuel Gas Code, and the International Building Code.
Mr. Crever has experience in HVAC/plumbing, mining equipment, as well as vehicle maintenance