Gregory R. Stockton is President and Founder of Stockton Infrared Thermographic Services, Inc.™ Based in Randleman, NC. Greg has been a practicing infrared thermographer since 1989. He is a Certified Infrared Thermographer with twenty-six years experience in the construction industry, specializing in maintenance and energy-related technologies. Mr. Stockton has published eleven technical papers on the subject of infrared thermography and written numerous articles about applications for infrared thermography in trade publications. He is a member of the Program Committee of SPIE (Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers) Thermosense and Chairman of the Buildings & Infrastructures Session at the Defense and Security Symposium.
Eric Stockton is a Level III Infraspection Institute Certified Infrared Thermographer with 18 Years of Infrared job experience. Eric graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and has a degree in Zoology with an emphasis on Environmental Chemistry and Biochemistry. After school he served as an environmental consultant to Carolina Power and Light’s Shearon Harris Nuclear Power Plant. Eric joined the company in 1996 and has been an integral part of its growth and success.
Chip Carnes received an Associate's Degree in Mechanical and Architectural Drafting and Design from Bowling Green Technical College in 2006. Mr. Carnes has been working the infrared industry since 2009 in sales and marketing. He has infrared certifications in roof scanning, block wall scanning and data center infrared testing. Mr. Carnes current position in Stockton Infrared is Special Projects Manager.
Tom Mayfield received a Degree with Honors in Applied Science from Brazosport College in 1973 and a Degree in Geology from Trinity University in 1978. Tom holds Level II NDT Certifications in Visual, Magnetic Particle, Dye Penetrant, Ultrasonic and Infrared Thermography inspection methods in addition to being a Certified Welding Inspector (CWI). He co-owns US Patent #5,670,469 - Methods and compositions for cleaning and decontamination. He has been a contractor performing building inspections, construction testing and commissioning work since 2001 with primary focus on energy loss and moisture issues. Mr. Mayfield has been working with Stockton Infrared for over 10 years and is currently National Sales Manager for the Southwest USA.
Denise Robertson is the Chief Financial Officer for SITS. She is a graduate of Roanoke College with a Bachelor Degree in Accounting. Denise has worked in both the public and private sector and has 20 years of Accounting & Financial Management experience.
Alejandro Tache is the Division Manager for AITscan™, SITS’s Aerial Infrared Division. Mr. Tache has extensive experience as a combat pilot, test pilot and flight instructor and earned a degree in Aeronautics Science from Columbian Air Force Academy. AITscan was started in 1994 and he took over in 2005. He has been instrumental in growing the division due to superior performance as a pilot, thermographer, and software analyst.
Matt Reuter is the Stockton Infrared’s National Sales and Marketing Manager. He has been in technical sales and marketing for 30 years and has extensive knowledge in NETA Certified power distribution system testing, preventative/predictive maintenance, and engineering studies. Mr. Reuter has used thermal infrared imaging diagnostic techniques for 25 years, including electro-mechanical, steam & roof systems. He attended Bucks County Technical School, Bucks County Community College and Penn State (HVAC Systems). Matt is currently developing the commercial infrared market for the next generation of high altitude aerial infrared inspections.
Mike is the National Sales Manager for AreaScanIR and Roof Moisture FindIR. Mike has approximately 35 years of experience in various aspects of the construction industry and in industrial facility building maintenance in a high-profile environment. He knows the importance of a solid predictive and preventative maintenance program. As a former director of BuildScan IR, Mike has experience with inspecting and appraising CMU walls and he has been involved with the many aspects of infrared thermography since 1989.