Chesapeake, VA, Bay Diesel teams up with the Elizabeth River Project and becomes a River Star Business. The Elizabeth River Project is a nonprofit organization that educates and works with companies to help reduce toxic pollution, restore vital wetlands and conserve wildlife habitats. Bay Diesel was recognized at The Annual River Star Luncheon for it’s efforts in filtering & reusing 70,000 pounds of diesel fuel, burning 2,100 pounds of used oil for heat and also switching to a central printing station to help save energy and ink.
Lynn Chandler celebrates 25 years at Bay Diesel. Lynn began his journey in Iowa where he later joined the United States Navy as a Seabee. In 1979, his military career led him to the Hampton Roads area. That’s where he met Scott Wheeler and eventually joined Bay Diesel. Lynn has over 40 years of knowledge and experience in the engine business. Over the years Lynn’s dedication and hard work has helped build Bay Diesel as a company and allowed him to work his way to an executive position where he is now a shareholder with the company.
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Bay Diesel has become the 2014 sponsor for the WHRO Computer Challenge which is a joint project of WHRO, the Consortium for Interactive Instruction and Old Dominion University! This is a competitive opportunity for students in Kindergarten through 12th Grade to demonstrate their knowledge of various computer applications and programming skills. Categories include: Graphic Design, Desktop Publishing, Music Composition, Desktop Presentations, Web Design, Internet Scavenger Hunt, Integrated Applications, Scientific/Non-Business Programming, Visual Basic, CAD, JAVA and Video Editing.
Bay Diesel was awarded a 5 year contract with the Naval Special Warfare Group. The NSWG has 2 teams, one based on the east coast and the other on the west coast. Bay Diesel will work with the east coast team located in Norfolk, VA. Bay Diesel will be responsible for routine maintenance, overhaul, and dyno testing of their multiple Marine Propulsion Diesel Engines. Bay Diesel will work closely with NSWG to insure their engines are always ready to meet the high demands of the elite combat units.
Roanoke, VA We are pleased to announce the opening of our newest facility located at 3026 Wentworth Avenue in Roanoke, VA. Expanding to the Blue Ridge area will allow us to grow our Generac sales and support and capture the Scania and other diesel engine opportunities as well. Contact Will Vagts, Territory Manager. firstname.lastname@example.org 540.613-0921, 540.301.36
The PDSS is a series of seminars for the engineering community based upon real world experiences to provide a thorough understanding of generator capability, functionality, reliability and site-specific load requirements. These 90-minute courses were developed for practicing design, sales and consulting engineers involved in supplying standby power to commercial, industrial, municipal and healthcare facilities. Each seminar, held every three weeks, is specifically designed to inform participants of current technologies, sizing, codes & standards, switching technologies and reliable design characteristics surrounding emergency power systems. Participants who successfully complete an individual course receive Continuing Education Units (CEU). In addition, Bay Diesel provides a generous breakfast at each seminar, turning the classroom into a social networking experience.