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The Weber Industrial Assessment Center (IAC)

The Weber Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) is an energy center funded by the U.S. Department of Energy located at Weber State University. Partnering with Weber State’s Energy Engineering program, the sole program of its kind in Utah, the center offers energy engineering students invaluable practical training, equipping graduates for successful careers in the energy industry or advanced studies in the field.

Our mission has two main objectives: delivering high-quality education and practical training to students, and offering no-cost assessments and technical assistance of the highest quality to industrial and manufacturing sectors.

 

 

New Buildings for the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology

Benefits to students

  • Train the next generation of energy engineering experts and leaders.
  • Gain real world experience in energy, productivity, and waste assessment tools and techniques.
  • Competitive advantage in the job market.
New Buildings for the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology

Benefits to Industry

  • Receive no-cost energy audits to improve efficiency and productivity
  • 10-20% typical energy and productivity savings 
  • Best energy and productivity practices to stay competitive in today’s market

 

Career Pathway:

Hardworking and passionate students can take advantage of a successful career pathway:

 

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  • On-the-job training experience
  • Build your resume with a Department of Energy IAC certificate 

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  • Gain experience with partnered energy engineering companies McKinstry and Bernhard 
  • Opportunity to secure permanent career in the field of energy engineering