July Rehab News: RLS hires new sales manager; Instituform wins contracts and more

July 2009 Vol. 64 No. 7
New manufacturer reps for Press-Seal Gasket, Jim George and Brandon George

In other news, Kenneth L. Young was named vice president and treasurer of Insituform. Young comes to Insituform with over 30 years of experience in treasury and financial management. He most recently served as the chief financial officer, secretary and treasurer for Huttig Building Products, a public company based in St. Louis, MO, where he was responsible for treasury activities, internal financial operations, accounting, reporting and SEC compliance. Prior to that, he served as corporate treasurer for MEMC Electronic Materials. Young attended the University of Missouri, Columbia, where he earned a BS degree in finance and banking.

New manufacturer reps at Press-Seal Gasket

Jim George and Brandon George, both of JLG & Associates, have joined Press-Seal Gasket as manufacturer representatives for the company’s complete range of sealing products, precast accessories and machinery. Jim and Brandon bring broad experience in the concrete pipe and precast industry, as well as new energy and enthusiasm to the sales efforts. Together, they provide representation to the Southeast/South Central U.S., including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee and Texas.

CTZoom Technologies obtains MACP certification from NASSCO

CTZoom Technologies Inc. has become the first Canadian vendor to provide manhole system assessment software that complies with the requirements of the Manhole Assessment Certification Program (MACP), administered by the National Association of Sewer Services Companies (NASSCO). CTSpec Manhole, which is integrated into CTZoom’s PACP-certified CTSpec Sewer program, gives municipal authorities access to a powerful tool for obtaining consistent sewer system assessment data, in compliance with the most widely used and respected set of standards in North America.

Canadian municipalities that deal with inspection firms using MACP-certified tools can keep a close eye on their sewer manholes in a time- and cost-effective manner. Equipped with the same analysis criteria, codes and classifications for asset breakdowns and defects as those used in MACP-certified systems throughout North America, CTSpec Manhole can enable municipalities across the continent to easily benchmark the performance of their systems and make enlightened decisions about the management of their rehabilitation and preventive maintenance operations.

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