ITLS is thrilled to announce that Albert M. Wenzig, Jr. is being granted the ASNT Fellow Award. Mr. Wenzig resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is President / CEO of Industrial Testing Laboratory Services (ITLS). He has a BS in Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. His diversified NDE training was obtained from Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, (NAVSEA), and Watertown Arsenal, from the Department of Defense (DoD). Mr. Wenzig held all local section offices, including ASNT Pittsburgh Section Chairman (1985 – 1986). He authored articles on Radiography, Ultrasonics, and NDE personnel qualification (Materials Evaluation). Mr. Wenzig also wrote the original ASNT audit checklist for assessing ASNT CP-189 compliance. He provided peer review on the ASNT PTP classroom texts and gave presentations on weld procedure / welder qualifications and leak testing at section meetings. Mr. Wenzig was an American Welding Society (AWS) Certified Welding Educator (CWE), SNT-TC-1A Level III (various methods), and NAVSEA Examiner (PT, MT, UT, RT, VT, LT, AI, Metallographic). Currently Mr. Wenzig's certifications include; ASNT NDT Level III (PT, MT, RT, UT, VT, LT) and an AWS Certified Welding Inspector (CWI). Outside of ASNT, Mr. Wenzig is a voting member on the American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) E07 committee. He is a current member of ASNT, AWS, ASME, and ASTM.
 
A Fellow of ASNT is an individual member of the Society who has 15 years NDT professional experience; 10 years ASNT membership and has supported the Society through contributions and participation at the local and/or national level.

Purpose
The purpose of the ASNT Fellow Award is to acknowledge and honor persons of outstanding service in the field of nondestructive testing. Recipients shall have a history in the fields of research and development, application, teaching and/or management.

Eligibility
The nominee shall have demonstrated support for the Society through contributions and participation at the local and/or national level.  Nominees shall have at least 15 years of professional NDT-related experience, and have been members of ASNT for not fewer than 10 years.
In addition, membership shall not have been interrupted more than two (2) times with at total interruption time not to exceed two (2) years. All of the mentioned time qualifications shall be met as of the nomination due date.