H2O Names Dixon Project Manager

press release
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
David Dixon

H2O, Inc., a leading water system equipment provider, has named David N. Dixon Project Manager, announced H2O President Jess Fike.


Based in Lafayette, La., Dixon’s responsibilities include project management and scheduling for complex engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects; as well as overseeing day-to-day activities. He will also be tasked with guiding new product development efforts. “Creating this position will allow us to better manage high-specification projects and raise the bar on completing projects on-time and under-budget,” said Fike. “The synergy of this project manager role holds great potential for future product advancements that address customers’ needs. There is no one better to guide the development of products that fit our customers’ needs than the project manager coordinating existing installations.”


Dixon has more than 16 years of experience providing sales support and managing projects in the wastewater treatment arena. He received a bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University. For more than 30 years, H2O has provided water without the risks to the onshore and offshore energy market. Headquartered in Lafayette, La., H2O is a leading provider of potable water solutions, as well comprehensive water safety products, services and rentals through its Bluecube and Crapzapper divisions.
 

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