Job Title: Key Accounts Manager
Education: Master of Geology Degree - Kent State University, 2002
Jim has spent most of his career centered around troubleshooting and solving difficult project objectives using sonic drilling technology. He helps clients achieve their project objectives and integrated approach through both initial work plan involvement and professional field implementation. These projects range from several large multi-million dollar federal projects to the smallest of projects that have very specific narrow objectives. Jim focuses his efforts towards estimating and developing drilling projects associated with large infrastructure such as dams, tunnels, and ground improvement. In addition, he works with a group of key clients with drilling demands that cross all markets sectors throughout the Environmental and Infrastructure market.