It is with great pleasure that we introduce our new CCD team members.
We are grateful for the professional experience and exceptional skills Brian, Jeanne and George bring to our growing division.
- Brian Gadus joined CCD in the role of Project Estimator and was recently promoted to Project Manager – Preconstruction. With over 16 years’ experience in the environmental field Brian previously held a position in project management for an environmental drilling and remediation company, and as a team leader involved in chemical detection and emergency response in the United States Marine Corps. As Project Estimator, he manages project costs, schedules and risk analysis, along with proposal and bid support actions. Brian earned his BS in Construction Management at Drexel University.
- Jeanne Nuarin joined our team as an Administrative Assistant. She comes to TTI with extensive experience in administrative support, billing and account management, along with legal experience as a Court Legal Researcher. In this position Jeanne supports Project and Program Managers in client projects, bid and proposal management, playing an integral role in organizational strength for the division. Jeannie has a BS in Elementary Education and Master of Arts in Education both from Bicol University, Philippines, and a Bachelor of Law (LLB) from Aquinas University, Philippines.
- George Solujich has been hired as CCD Field Foreman. George has prior experience in the position of Environmental Scientist/Operator in environmental construction with specific focus on installation and removals of ASTs and USTs and repairs and installations of fuel systems. As Field Foreman, George manages all aspects of project plans, specifications, communications and field crew direction to effectively execute project scope and goals. George has his BS in Environmental Science from Rider University.
TTI is proud of our reputation in environmental construction services and our proven dedication to our clients’ needs and project excellence. We provide clients with quality construction exceeding regulatory compliance as well as facilities’ logistical and business needs. TTI has expertise in determining best remedial approaches in site restoration, building and equipment decontamination, demolition and decommissioning. Secondary containment capability includes construction of protective features for a spill prevention control and countermeasure plans. Construction services include tank removal and tank installations.
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