Global Diving & Salvage Recruit Jim Riedel

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Sunday, August 18, 2013
Jim Riedel: Photo credit Global Diving & Salvage

Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. announce the hiring of Jim Riedel, to join its Pacific Northwest Environmental Division.

Based out of the Seattle corporate office, Mr. Riedel will assist in the management of existing preventative booming operations as well as the pursuit of additional opportunities in the Puget Sound and surrounding areas.

“Jim Riedel has long been a fixture in the West Coast spill response community, he will be a great asset to Global and we welcome him to the team. He will assist in our collective pursuit of new opportunities and help manage the increasing environmental projects and services we are providing locally,” states Aaron Harrington, Global’s Environmental Division Manager.

Jim Riedel brings with him over 17 years in the Environmental Services industry at National Response Corporation (NRC). From 1995 to 2003 he was the General Manager of the West Coast Region where he was responsible for the regulatory interface and the establishment and maintenance of a subcontractor network that extended throughout the West Coast. In 2003, with the addition of Foss Environmental to NRC, Mr. Riedel became the PNW Region General Manager charged with business development and client maintenance and responsible for more of the day-to-day operations of preventative booming operations.

Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. is based in Seattle, WA with additional offices in the San Francisco Bay Area; Houston, Texas; and Anchorage, Alaska.

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