about_photoThe R.E. Pedrotti Company, Inc. was founded in August of 1976 in Kansas City.  A second office was opened in St. Louis in 1987.  The company is owned and operated by Richard E. Pedrotti. Dick is a member in both the AWWA and WEF Associations. He served as President of the KWEA in 1995 and was a Trustee on the board of the Kansas Section of the AWWA. In 1999, he was honored as the Bedell Award recipient by the KWEA. Dick’s son, Marc joined the company in 2000 and is a registered Professional Engineer in the states of Kansas and Missouri.

Both our KC & St Louis offices maintain a complete sales, engineering, service and support staff to meet our customers’ needs.

Industries Served

R.E. Pedrotti is known for the work we perform in the municipal water and wastewater industry.  Our company’s municipal focus has allowed us to develop many long-lasting relationships with our customers throughout the Midwest.  Our support begins at the earliest stages of facility planning, and continues through specification stages, cost estimates, design review, and implementation.  We are proud of the service we provide, and we will continue to provide on-going support throughout the project and beyond.  Assistance from the R.E. Pedrotti Co. is never more than just a phone call away.

Our instrumentation and controls experience has been developed to best support the following types of infrastructure:

  • Wastewater Treatment Processes and Facilities
  • Wastewater Collection Systems – Lift Stations
  • Water Treatment Processes and Facilities
  • Ground and Surface Water Pumping and Treatment
  • Water Distribution Systems – Pumping and Storage

We have successfully integrated over 350 SCADA systems in the Municipal market since 1976.

Procedures and Tools

R.E. Pedrotti follows a list of procedures fine-tuned over multiple decades of experience to provide the most intuitive experience possible.  These procedures give us the capability to supply an efficient system to our customers.

Project Management

During the construction phase, the project is transitioned from engineer specifications, customer information, product knowledge, and developed into a fully installed and operational system.  Most projects include the following stages:

  • Order Processing
  • Project Administration
  • Schedule Development
  • Project Management & Design
  • Production
  • O&M Process
  • Startup & Training
  • Project Closeout
  • Warranty

Software Development and Configuration

It is important to us that the control system be easy to use and maintain a high level of functionality.  All configurations will be reviewed with the end user to ensure expectations of the operating system are met accordingly.  Such topics include:

  • HMI Standards (colors, fonts, schematics and symbols, pop-ups, trends, …)
  • Navigation and Display Hierarchy
  • Tag Name Conventions
  • Alarming
  • System Security and Access
  • General Overview (scope, contacts, key dates, …)
  • Submittal Drawings and Documentation
  • Bill of Materials
  • Interface to 3rd party vendor equipment
  • Interface to other internal systems (CMMS, Asset Management, financial, …)