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August Business News
Utilicor Technologies, Ditch Witch Midwest
Utilicor Technologies has announced the appointment of Ditch Witch Midwest as the distributor of its full line of truck and skid-steer mounted rotary coring equipment and Utilibond-based keyhole reinstatement technology in the Midwestern United States. Ditch Witch Midwest has locations in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. 416.391.3901, www.utilicor.ca
Pipeline construction company, Driver Pipeline, headquartered in Dallas, TX, announced the addition of Anthony (Tony) Perot to its management team as senior vice president of operation. In his new position, Perot will be responsible for operations in all five divisions of Driver Pipeline and will report directly to Driver Pipeline President Jim Shaffer.
Perot has held senior management positions with several major oil and gas companies in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. His extensive experience includes numerous large projects in most of the major oil and gas fields in the South and Southwest.
Perot has degrees in both business and construction management from Northeast Louisiana University to go with his 40 years experience in pipeline construction and construction management. That experience includes both onshore and offshore pipelines, natural gas compressor stations, oil pumping stations, meter and regulator piping facilities. 281.482.4019, www.driverpipeline.com
Planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) has relocated its Tampa office to the Rocky Point area. The Tampa office, which is the firm’s fourteenth location in the country and one of two in Florida, focuses on municipal infrastructure improvement and transit projects. Daniel Glaser, P.E., serves as the director of engineering for infrastructure services while John Hengs serves as the transit services director for the Tampa office. The Tampa office is located at 7650 Courtney Campbell Causeway, Suite 275, Tampa, FL 33607. The telephone number is 813-288-8221.
Caterpillar Emissions Solutions has signed a definitive agreement to purchase CleanAIR Systems Inc. Upon completion of the transaction, CleanAIR Systems will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc. within the Customer Services Support Division.