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N-4 Operator License Awarded to FTS Employee
Congratulations to Matt Wright of Field and Technical Services, LLC (FTS) for earning the N-4 industrial waste water treatment license in New Jersey. The N-4 license is the highest grade available in NJ. Mr. Wright works for our Operation and Maintenance Technician group in Kearney, NJ. Working alongside Matt is Casey Brooks, who is licensed as an N-2 operator.
KEY Supports Redevelopment/Wetland Project on Staten Island
KEY has been a member of the technical team working on the project to re-habilitate this former oil terminal. Working with the developers, KEY has been integral in bringing the new warehouses at this site above the flood plain. To learn more please click on the below link:Wetland Project
Sarah Ali Retires
KEY would like to thank Sarah Ali for her 13 years of service and congratulate her on her retirement this year. KEY celebrated with a company-wide luncheon, cake and ice cream. We wish Sarah all the best in this next chapter of life and hope she finds time to visit us once in a while.
FTS-KEY Oil and Gas Marketing
FTS and KEY have combined marketing forces to pursue work in the Oil and Gas industry. With the creation of the a new web site designed to drive “traffic” to our web sites, the new site can be found at www.fts-key.com. With that, Vicki Bomberger also updated the FTS webpage to reflect the services being performed. Also, a combined advertisement is up on the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association (PIOGA) web site.
And finally, if driving along Interstate 70 between Wheeling, WV and Washington, PA, keep your eyes open around mile marker 3 where a roadside billboard supporting the combined companies efforts for the OIL and GAS Industry sites prominently along the highway. Designed in cooperation with Lamar Advertising, this is FTS and KEY’s first reach into this advertising medium.
Dr. Jordan Elected to PCPG Board
Dr. Tom Jordan, P.G., was recently elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists (PCPG). He will serve on the board for a 3-year term starting in January 2019. Dr. Jordan has participated in various educational seminars for the PCPG including teaching the seismology, exploration geophysics, and the well logging component of the ABSOG exam review course since 2007. As a board member, Tom will to continue to raise awareness amongst geologists and the public to all the great work, professional services, and outstanding resources of information provided by the PCPG. He loo ks forward to taking his current support of the PCPG to the next level by interfacing and exchanging ideas with the existing leadership team to help insure that the PCPG can continue to evolve and meet the changing needs of Pennsylvania’s geologists. KEY is a corporate member of the PCPG and 11 employees are members. Click on the "Read More" button to read Tom’s profile.