George Tech Div Manager at HB Rentals

Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Photo courtesy Foster Marketing Communications

Accommodations specialist, HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, has named Clayton George Technical Division Manager, announced President Deidre Toups. In this role, George will manage project teams for the design of modular offshore living quarters and will be based in the company’s Broussard, La., office. George has extensive industry experience in project management and previously served in this capacity for DPS Delta; Berard, Habetz & Associates; Superior Offshore; and Delta Compression & Equipment.  He received both a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

(www.hbrental.com)
 

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