Atlanta, Ga. – (November 30, 2014) – Atlanta based ET Environmental Corporation (www.etenv.com) announces four new appointments in a statement released by president and chief executive, Bill Higginbotham. “Corporate Services positions were created and others reassigned to address the needs of our company’s national and international expansion,” says Higginbotham. “The new positions are in effect immediately while an internal and external search to fill additional critical roles continues.”
Mitchell Grady will serve as the company’s Senior Vice President of Risk Management and Compliance, providing companywide oversight for all internal and external insurance, safety, and regulatory compliance and operations. Grady has been with the firm for 16 years and is based in ET Environmental’s Denver office.
Richard Drake, PE, has been promoted to East Region Vice President, based out of Mystic, CT. Drake is transitioning from his former position as Vice President of Engineering to a regional role where he is responsible for the overall success of projects in the East Region in addition to new business development for environmental projects.
Steve Arnold, PE, SE, is serving as ET’s new Vice President of Engineering based in Chicago, IL. In his new role, Arnold is responsible for managing ET’s engineering staff. The engineering teams provide design for all of ET’s Compressed Natural Gas and environmental Design/Build projects in both the US and Canada.
Phoenix based Todd Hochstein has taken over the West Region Operations Manager position previously held by Mitchell Grady. Hochstein is responsible for providing complete resource management to ensure the operational success of all West Region projects.
“The explosive increase of the alternative fueling market, particularly the use of compressed natural gas for transportation, in both the public and private sectors, has significantly contributed to the growth of ET Environmental,” states Bill Higginbotham, President and CEO. “The appointment of these talented individuals will carry ET Environmental well into the future.”
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