The Monroe Infrared Team

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Christopher Casey, President and CEO

Christopher Casey is a West Point graduate with a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering.  He pursued his MBA from St. Martins University while still on active duty stationed at Fort Lewis, WA.  Since 1990 Christopher has held executive leadership positions with regional & national companies.  He is a positive leader and business team-builder recognized for engineering change, developing employees and achieving results where his expertise in organizational management, creative problem solving and always positive focus have led to substantial growth.  Christopher purchased Monroe Infrared in 2011.  He is highly motivated, goal-driven and clearly focused on exceeding both customer and vendor partner expectations as the path to overall business success.  His belief:  success thrives from true partnerships,  developed through doing what you say you’re going to do, over-communicating, never assuming, and sweating the details no matter the size of the customer, the task, the purchase or the commitment.


Bill Fabian, Vice President Sales & Training

Bill Fabian is Vice President of Sales & Training for Monroe Infrared Technology. He has been involved in Infrared for 25 years and is a Level III Thermographer. Bill has trained hundreds of individuals in both the theory behind and the use of IR cameras for Predictive Maintenance and Building Diagnostics applications. He has extensive in-field experience working closely on Energy Performance with customers ranging from major high rise buildings to commercial businesses to single family homeowners.

Significant Accomplishments:
Bill has completed IR Inspections on more than 20 million square feet of flat room systems making him one of the foremost experts in the country today. Bill was instrumental in developing a practical water intrusion inspection methodology for today’s moisture remediation industry.


Brian Burns, Manager Northeast Inspections

Brian Burns is the Northeast and Mid Atlantic Manager for Monroe Infrared. He is a Certified Level III Thermographer with well over 10,000 hours conducting inspections in various industries and settings. Brian also handles technical and software questions and loves to share thoughtful insights about Thermal Imaging and its value to business. Brian continues to shape specialized infrared training for specific industries thus enhancing the Level I and II experience for the attendee.

Brian joined the Monroe Infrared Technology back in 2008 and has over 25 years of management and operational experience in both machine tool and composite manufacturing. He enjoyed several years as a tool designer for the drop forge industry in the early 1980’s before shifting hats and immersing himself in the composite industry. Brian eventually assumed the position of Vice President and General Manager for Fiberglass Plus Recreational Industries which manufactured everything from consoles for the famous Boston Whaler to large industrial chemical tanks. They also developed there own product lines which include the Gazelle Canoe and Indian Truck Topper.


Peter Oliver, Manager Southeast Inspections

Peter is Southeast Manager for Monroe Infrared. Peter has over 15 years experience in Infrared Inspections & Management. He is responsible for all business operations for Monroe Infrared’s Southeast Region including client coordination, customer development and staff management. Peter is famous for the strength of his client relationships in working with and helping them achieve the results they desire through the inclusion of Infrared Thermal Inspections as part of a comprehensive overall Preventive/Predictive Maintenance and Building Energy Control Programs.Peter Oliver

Significant Achievements:
Peter has been requested on many occasions to help clients detect & pinpoint major problems which resulted in substantial savings to the client.  Most notable of these was an issue Peter identified for a client preventing the uncontrolled loss of electrical power resulting in a catastrophic facility shutdown and expected loss of more than $1 million.