Samantha Chiste Promoted to Vice President

ANNOUNCEMENT: Samantha Chiste has recently been promoted to a Vice President role at RPA Engineering.  Samantha graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing track, and a Six Sigma minor.  She also obtained a Masters in Business Administration from Penn State.  Samantha joined RPA Engineering with a background in metals manufacturing …

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Ian Eason Promoted to Vice President

ANNOUNCEMENT: Ian Eason has been recently promoted to Vice President.  Ian graduated from Lehigh University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering and completed the Executive Education PMI accredited Project Management Program. Ian has managed a variety of projects across multiple industries including medical device, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, and specialty chemical.  The range of …

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We’re Hiring!

RPA is Hiring! We are currently looking to fill the following positions in either our Pittsburgh or Wyomissing Offices. Controls & Automation Engineer Senior Project Manager (Metals) Senior Validation Engineer Project Manager Mechanical Engineer Apply at

Rich Budihas Joins RPA Team as Senior Engineering Manager

We are thrilled to welcome Rich Budihas to RPA as Senior Engineering Manager! Rich brings over 28 years of experience in the specialty material and gas manufacturing industry. Rich has his lean six sigma black belt. In his free time, Rich enjoys fishing.   Welcome, Rich!

RPA Super Bowl Party and Chili Cook-Off

Previous Next Yesterday was RPA’s annual Super Bowl party and Chili Cook-Off. Both our Wyomissing and Pittsburgh offices got in on the fun! Paul Wolfinger was announced as this year’s chili cook-off winner. It was a fun afternoon with the team!

ANNOUNCEMENT: RPA Opens New Office in Seattle

RPA is excited to announce the opening of our new office in Seattle, Washington. This expansion will support the rapidly developing biotechnology industry of the Pacific Northwest.

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