ET Environmental Corp., a construction management and environmental services company headquartered in Atlanta, has made a number of personnel moves aimed at facilitating the firm's expansion.
‘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,’ says Bill Higginbotham, president and CEO. ‘The appointment of these talented individuals will carry ET Environmental well into the future.’
Mitchell Grady will serve as the company's senior vice president of risk management and compliance, providing company-wide oversight for all internal and external insurance, safety and regulatory compliance and operations. He has been with ET Environmental for 16 years and is based in the company's Denver office.
Richard Drake has been promoted to east region vice president, based out of Mystic, Conn. He is transitioning from his former position as vice president of engineering to a regional role where he is responsible for projects and new business development.
Steve Arnold is serving as ET's new vice president of engineering, based in Chicago. In his new role, Arnold is responsible for managing ET's engineering staff, which provides design services for all of ET's CNG and environmental design/build projects in the U.S. and Canada.
Also, Todd Hochstein has taken over the west region operations manager position previously held by Grady. Hochstein, who is based in Phoenix, is responsible for providing complete resource management to ensure the operational success of all west region projects.