Mark Harmody

Training Team Leader; Risk-Based Inspection Technical Authority; Consulting Engineer II
Years of Experience:
Education & Licenses:

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Master of Arts, Education, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH

Areas of Specialization:

Risk-Based Inspection Project Management
API RBI RP 580/581 Instructor
API RBI Software Course Instructor
API RBI Software and Technical Support
Mechanical and Thermal Design of Unfired Heat Exchangers


Mr. Harmody currently leads the Training Team while serving as an RBI technical authority.

Previously, he managed E2G’s team of Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) project managers, inspection specialists, and technical assistants.  This group executes RBI implementations and reassessments for refineries and chemical plants using the guidance and technology detailed in API RPs 580 and 581.  Throughout his project work, Mr. Harmody shares his expertise in using API RPs 580 and 581 to develop RBI plans for fixed equipment, storage tanks, PSVs, and heat exchanger bundles.  During this extensive RBI project experience, he has also become a skilled practitioner of API RBI software to calculate risk for inspection planning.

Mr. Harmody serves on the API RP 581 Steering Committee as the leader of Part 1 development.  Using his knowledge of the API recommended practices and the experience gained in the real-world application of RBI, Mr. Harmody serves as a highly rated instructor of E2G’s API RP 580/581 course.

Mr. Harmody has assisted in the testing and development of the RBI technology within the API RBI software, including consequence analyses and asset modeling.  Mr. Harmody also has experience as a mechanical engineer for an owner-user providing engineering support for piping stress analyses, thermal design of heat transfer equipment, capital project management, and turnaround support.

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