Genesis Group LLC

Case Studies



Jim Wolsiefer, President/Norchem Concrete Products Inc.
(Hauppauge, NY – 631-724-8639)

Robert Lapp, Vice President Government Affairs/The Timken Company
(Canton, OH – 330-471-4275)

Jady Johnson, Executive Director/Reading Recovery Council of North America
(Worthington, OH – 614-310-7331)

Tony Kojundic, Board Member/Silica Fume Association
(Pittsburgh, PA – 412-299-7229)

Robert Hennig, Naval Systems Manager/MOOG Inc.
(Aurora, NY – 716-601-8374)


Milk Vending Machines  – Placement of milk vending machines in public schools to document increased student health while increasing  market access for milk vending manufacturers.

 Robotics Repetitive Systems  – Developed an internal industrial process to reduce and replace repetitive motion activities for manufacturing companies. — The program was endorsed by the Department of Energy for its significant impact on energy savings.

DOT and State DOTs Procurement Contracts - Placement of concrete additive developed by client onto the CPG RMAN recovered content listing mandating preference for use of the product in federal infrastructure projects and State DOTs.  The focus was to change the project specifications used by individual State DOTs to include the additive, thereby increasing their purchase of the additive for use in high performance concrete projects.  

Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) - Obtained  $16 million to be used  for MEMS sensor technology development initially employed in military vehicles.  The technology was expanded by the client to target multiple commercial applications, including bridge seismic activity monitoring, police body armor, and aerospace components.

Flat Panel Displays
- Obtained multiple Army development contracts totaling $22 million for client to develop and deploy flat panel eye display used on the Apache and Blackhawk rotorcraft.

Controlled Thermo-Mechanical Processing (CTMP) - Worked in partnership with the Department of Energy to develop a steel tube manufacturing process reducing energy costs to client of $27 million annually.  The technology's development was funded at $6 million over two years by DOE.  CTMP has been incorporated into client's steel manufacturing facilities around the United States. 

Deaf Assistive Computer Service Model
– Obtained funding and worked with the Department of Education to developed technology enabling deaf individuals to access the internet for educational purposes. —