Doug Dolinar – President
Mr. Dolinar has worked in the pavement marking industry since 1980 designing, manufacturing, providing training for, and operating high production application and removal equipment. Prior to entering the pavement marking industry he was employed as an engineer in the aerospace industry. His responsibilities involved working with precision bearings in applications for piston and jet engines for both fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Other applications included components for the space shuttle, helicopter gear reduction transmissions and applications for machine tools.
Mr. Dolinar received his Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (1975) from the University of Detroit. He is a longstanding member of the American Traffic Safety Service Association, serves on the Board of Directors for an insurance company, serves as a Community Advisor for a bank and is a recipient of the Gino Nicolai Partner Award for exemplifying the qualities of honesty, integrity, trust and a true spirit of Partnership.
William R. Haller – VP Engineering
Previously to co-founding LimnTech Scientific Inc., Mr. Haller was co-founder and chairman of Industrial Vision Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of laser based machine vision products for industrial lumber applications. Prior to co-founding Industrial Vision Systems, Mr. Haller was co-founder and president of SciTronics, Inc., a manufacturer of voice prosthetic devices for verbally handicapped children and adults where he co-designed Alltalk, the first natural sounding voice prosthetic device used throughout the United States for assisting in the education of verbally handicapped children. Mr. Haller holds over 20 US and foreign patents ranging from systems for automatically adjusting brushless DC motor efficiency, to laser based machine vision measuring systems.
Mr. Haller is the past associate chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department and Professor of Practice Emeritus of Lehigh University and past member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, and is a recognized federal court expert witness in electrical engineering. Mr. Haller received his BS Electrical Engineering (1972), BS Engineering Physics (1973) and MS Electrical Engineering (1975) from Lehigh University.