FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Cambridge, OH 07/05/13—Potesta & Associates, Inc. (POTESTA), an engineering and environmental consulting firm, announced today that it has opened a new branch office in Cambridge, Ohio. Jeffrey VanMatre, P.E., who joins POTESTA with 27 years of environmental and engineering experience, is leading the firm’s effort as Branch Manager to serve clients across eastern Ohio and along the Ohio River corridor in West Virginia.
The new location enables POTESTA to assist clients in the Utica and Marcellus Shale areas and expand clientele in this region. POTESTA can provide comprehensive turnkey services for the entire life cycle of oil and gas assets. The company has the experience and knowledge in the oil and gas industry and the regulatory relationships to provide timely, cost effective solutions.
Mr. VanMatre, P.E. brings to POTESTA extensive experience in health and safety; including industrial hygiene, environmental management; and air, water and waste compliance. He previously acted as Corporate Director of HSE and Loss Control at Century Aluminum Corporation in Ravenswood, West Virginia. Mr.VanMatre earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University Institute of Technology.
POTESTA’s new Cambridge office is located at 841 Steubenville Avenue Cambridge, Ohio 43725. For more information contact the office at (740) 432-6555 or email@example.com.
POTESTA is a full-service engineering and environmental firm headquartered in Charleston, West Virginia with branch offices also located in Morgantown, West Virginia and Winchester, Virginia. The firm is multidisciplinary and has a diversified practice covering engineering (civil, chemical, environmental, geotechnical and mining), surveying, permitting, site characterization/remediation, and general environmental consulting. Clients include oil and natural gas companies; municipalities; county commissions; public service districts; chemical, mining and manufacturing companies; utility companies (electric, gas, water); attorneys; financial institutions; construction companies; land developers; local, state and federal government agencies; and national architect/engineering firms.
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