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Engineering is at the core of Codeware. Our philosophy is that very specialized knowledge is needed to properly interpret and program the rules of the ASME Code. That's why Codeware's programming team is comprised primarily of Mechanical Engineers who are also Software Developers. It is common to see members of our software development team gathered around a white board debating the engineering merits of an approach before implementing it in Codeware's COMPRESS Software or INSPECT Software.
Codeware was founded in 1983 in Ontario, Canada. We opened our first U.S. office in 1993. We currently have offices in Sarasota, Florida and Austin, Texas. Codeware's founder, Les M. Bildy, P. Eng., has served as President since 1983.
Codeware personnel are actively involved with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Codeware's Founder and President, Les M. Bildy, is the principal author of Part 4, paragraph 4.5 of the new Division 2 Code. Mr. Bildy also coauthored WRC-529 "Development of Design Rules for Nozzles in Pressure Vessels for the ASME B&PV Code, Section VIII, Division 2" which was released in December 2010.
"In our 20 plus years of using COMPRESS including the design, quotation and fabrication of in excess of 10,000 pressure vessels, we have come to rely on the accuracy and dependability we get each and every time."
Director of Operations, Mountaineer Fabricators
"We have been using COMPRESS since its inception. Les Bildy has developed a first rate product. We have found it very user friendly, and can't imagine our company succeeding without it."
General Manager, Hooper Welding Enterprises
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