Paul Norris-Lue

Paul Norris-Lue has 32 years of experience as an electronic and mechanical engineering technologist. He earned his diploma in Control Systems Engineering Technology at Fanshaw College and continues his learning experience, with over 25-week long automation and mechanical courses to augment his skill set.  Paul joined RELECTRONICREMECH INC. 2002 and is now a Senior Technical Consultant focusing on larger and complex losses.

Previous to joining RELECTRONICREMECH INC., Paul was employed by a multi-trades organization that provides service, new installations, engineering and consulting services on all electrical systems, electronics, and motors from 1-3000 HP, green energy solutions, predictive maintenance, transformers, HVAC, electrical substations and switchgear, plus information technology.  Prior to, in recognizing his extensive installation knowledge through sheer installed base, Paul was employed by a national electric supply company as a Drives and Motion specialist liaison and promoted servo control systems. Paul’s extensive experience also includes five years with the largest tire manufacturer in the world. At this international firm, he implemented hundreds of electrical and automation changes, significantly aiding in increasing the uptime and overall efficiency of the Kitchener facility from 11,000 to 24,000 tires per day. Paul’s entry into the technical work force began with Rockwell Automation as a drive and motion specialist, travelling throughout Canada. His position for five years, as a field service engineer, was spent installing and servicing Robots, C.N.C.’s and Drives.

Areas of expertise:

  • Technical Consultant
  • Project management
  • Drives and Motions specialist
  • SERVO control systems
  • C.N.C. equipment, robots and drives plus laser equipment
  • HVAC plus all electronic, electrical, motors and switchgear
  • Computer software, servers, telecommunication

Paul consults with adjusters, claims departments, risk managers and contractors and has recommended cost effective restoration, repair and system replacement as well as managed projects and losses to completion for up to $50 million in policy exposure. He has been involved in numerous mediation meetings and provided testimony as an Expert Technical Witness in the Ontario provincial court since September 8, 2008.