BRPH welcomes Cameron Mease, Control Systems Architect, to the company’s growing specialty engineering services team as it expands to support a wide range of highly technical projects, including innovative solutions for one-of-a-kind facilities. As the needs of our clients and projects become more complex, his expertise builds on our reputation for providing a full spectrum of structural, mechanical, electrical and industrial engineering capabilities.
“BRPH provides specialty engineering services for some of the most sophisticated equipment on earth, ranging from rocket launch pads to manufacturing robotics to thrill rides. Having Cameron on board is a logical next step in providing clients holistic and comprehensive solutions, particularly for entertainment projects involving ride, show and facility systems,” said Francisco Alvarado, Vice President and Director of Entertainment.
An accomplished software and systems engineer, Cameron joins BRPH with more than 25 years of theme park, aerospace and manufacturing experience, including 20 years with The Walt Disney Company. He is an expert in designing and building complex systems that provide safe and reliable operations for theme park operators and that delight millions of theme-park guests around the globe each year. From dark rides to large “E-Ticket” attractions, Cameron has been a key member of many award-winning project teams.
“Controls engineering is at the heart of keeping attractions running safely and reliably while bringing the show to life,” said Cameron. “It’s our job to help customers realize their creative vision, designing and delivering complex electromechanical ride and show systems that help ensure that guests have a great experience every time. What attracted me to BRPH is the opportunity to work with the firm’s team of talented engineers and architects and their stellar track record of designing award-winning thrill rides for the theme park industry’s leading companies.”
Cameron holds a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Computer Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, a Master of Information Management Systems from Harvard University, and is certified by TÜV Rheinland as a Functional Safety Engineer. In addition, he earned certifications in cybersecurity, industrial controls technology and risk analysis from a variety of university and industry organizations.
BRPH was founded in 1964 at the height of the first Space Race and has grown to serve innovative, mission-driven organizations in Aerospace, Defense, Manufacturing, Entertainment, Education, Hospitality and Commerce. The firm is nationally ranked and operates 10 offices nationwide offering services in architecture, engineering, design, construction and mission solutions.