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Craig Blake, Carson Hanrahan, Hugh Tozer
and Steve Woodard
have been promoted to serve as vice presidents at Woodard & Curran, Portland, Maine. Blake joined the firm in 1998 and directs its Massachusetts Contingency Plan team. He brings 25 years of environmental consulting experience and has managed and conducted field investigation and remediation projects at a variety of hazardous waste sites.
Hanrahan serves as manager of Woodard & Curran’s Information Services department. He brings more than 15 years of experience in computer and information systems and is responsible for planning, budgeting, developing and directing the company’s Information Technology strategy.
Tozer is a senior project manager with the firm and key client manager for projects with the U.S. Navy. He brings 15 years of experience in evaluating, designing and managing wastewater treatment and supply projects for the federal government, industry and municipalities.
Woodard leads the company’s industrial wastewater team. He specializes in troubleshooting and designing wastewater treatment facilities for the pulp and paper industry, the U.S. Navy and public operation treatment systems.
has been named vice president of Pipeline Services group’s Auburn, N.H. operations of Severn Trent Services, Fort Washington, Pa. Proulx served for 10 years as operations coordinator for Utility Pipeline Services Inc., which Severn Trent acquired in 1998. In her new position, Proulx is responsible for the group’s sales, marketing, manufacturing and development efforts. Her appointment comes as Severn Trent furthers its expansion of its pipeline services along the northeast corridor.
has been promoted to manager of the Tampa, Fla., regional office of Clayton Group Services Inc. Rogers brings 20-plus years of experience in the EHS field, including indoor air quality assessment and remediation, with a focus in asbestos and microbial growth. Rogers has evaluated and remediated more than 400 buildings internationally.
, former head of Clayton’s Florida office, has been promoted to vice president and national director of business development. Aspray, a biologist, brings more than 20 years of experience in business and project management, client services and development, and technical consultation. Aspray will lead a renewed emphasis on developing sales and marketing strategies throughout the firm, while enhancing the management of Clayton’s client relationships.