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Inland Pipe Rehabilitation, LLC Welcomes Thomas Gottsegen as Chief Legal Counsel

By The Associated Press

CONYERS, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 14, 2020--

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation, LLC (IPR) welcomes Thomas Gottsegen as Chief Legal Counsel. Mr. Gottsegen, who has 12 years of corporate legal experience, joins IPR from NRC Group Holdings Corporation, an environmental services firm where he served as General Counsel. Before joining NRC, Thomas served as Chief Counsel for Equinor ASA and as Senior Counsel with Chevron Corporation. His role with IPR will focus on regulatory and environmental compliance, M&A, litigation, and human resources counseling.

“We are pleased to have Thomas join IPR as our Chief Legal Counsel and member of our Executive Management Team,” said Robert McCrae, President and Chief Executive Officer of IPR. “Thomas’ experience in the environmental sector will be of great value to both our company and our clients. His leadership will provide IPR with practical, business-savvy solutions for legal and business-related issues for an organization that is poised for growth and long-term success,” said McCrae.

More information about Thomas Gottsegen is available at the company’s Management Team page at .

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CONTACT: Fil Borroni

Inland Pipe Rehabilitation

404-966-1982

fborroni@teamipr.com

www.teamipr.com

KEYWORD: GEORGIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT OTHER CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY UTILITIES

SOURCE: Inland Pipe Rehabilitation

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