Chesterfield, Missouri-based space heating manufacturer Cambridge Engineering has rehired two engineers. 

Bill Meyer, who previously worked at Cambridge for 15 years, returns as an application engineer after 12 years. Tyler Murphy returns as a design engineer after five years. Both left Cambridge to work at Clayton, Missouri-based CEnergy.

“Tyler and Bill bring a wealth of knowledge about the benefits that retrofits can bring to our customers,” said Doug Eisenhart, vice president of sales and marketing at Cambridge. “They are a big asset to our organization and it’s great to have them back at Cambridge.”

Meyer holds a master’s degree in civil engineering and a bachelor’s in engineering management from the University of Missouri- Rolla. Murphy has a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology from Southeast Missouri State University.