CTEH has promoted Jacob Bird to vice president of logistics. Since joining the Arkansas-based company in 2011, Bird has served as an environmental scientist, operations manager and director of logistics and operations support. In his new role, he will manage the firm’s equipment and personnel resources on incidents involving the hazardous release of chemicals, according to a press release.
“For nearly a decade, Jake has ensured the readiness of our scientists and equipment on emergency responses around the globe,” said CEO Cory Davis. “No matter the complexity of the project, Jake is able to leverage his keen management and organizational skills to increase our team’s efficiency and effectively serve our clients.”
A Hot Springs native, Bird is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas. He is an Occupational Safety and Health Administration Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Standard Supervisor and holds a Transportation Worker Identification Credential. He is the founder of Love.Christ.Ride. and state coordinator for the national nonprofit Wake the World.
Based in North Little Rock, CTEH® has nearly 190 employees located in Dallas-Fort Worth; Denver; Houston; Indianapolis; Jackson, Miss.; New Orleans; Oklahoma City; Portland, Ore.; San Antonio; San Diego; Saratoga Springs, N.Y.; and Seattle. A subsidiary of Montrose Environmental Group, CTEH® is a management, technology and science-based consulting firm.
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