James Wilson is the newest addition to our LDARtools family as a Repair Technician bolstering our already amazing team.
James hails from Louisiana and Arkansas with a background in Physics from Northwestern State University in LA. He’s had a variety of experiences teaching physics and astronomy at Alvin High School and working part-time as an instructor at Space Center Houston. “I enjoyed teaching science because I liked to create new lab experiments and activities,” says James.
So far, James finds himself at home at LDARtools and appreciates the environment we try to foster. “I like that everyone at LDARtools holds themselves to a very high standard,” says James. “I know that the work we do has important consequences on the safety of thousands of people living and working near potentially hazardous chemicals. I quickly got the impression that the phx21 and phx42 units represent the future of LDAR technology.”
Off work, James typically volunteers at the 1940 Air Terminal museum near Hobby airport. “I also enjoy reading, spending time outdoors, or visiting other museums with my wife Anna,” he says.