Earth Tech appoints new district managers in Northeast, Southeast

A global provider of consulting, engineering and construction services, the business unit of Tyco International Ltd. has appointed Frank Gorry, P.E., and Lou Tortora, P.E., district managers for its Southeast and Northeast districts...

Oct 14th, 2005

LONG BEACH, CA, Oct. 12, 2005 -- Earth Tech Inc., a business unit of Tyco International Ltd, and a global provider of consulting, engineering and construction services, has appointed Frank Gorry, P.E., and Lou Tortora, P.E., district managers for its Southeast and Northeast districts.

In his new role, Gorry, a senior vice president, will be responsible for day-to-day management of 10 offices in the southeastern United States, from Kentucky and Mississippi to North and South Carolina and Florida. He has been with Earth Tech for eight years, serving most recently as the district manager of the Northeast District. Gorry has more than two decades of experience in each of the District's service areas - the environmental, facilities, transportation, and water and wastewater markets.

As senior vice president for Earth Tech's Northeast District, Tortora will oversee the company's nine offices in New England, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Most recently, he served as vice president of business development for Earth Tech's water practice. He has more than 25 years of hand-on operations, marketing and sales experience, in the water, wastewater and solid waste markets.

Earth Tech Inc. (www.earthtech.com) is a world-class provider of a full suite of engineering, construction and operations services to the global water/wastewater, environmental, transportation, and facilities markets. A business unit of Tyco International Ltd. and part of the company's Engineered Products & Services segment, Earth Tech employs more than 8,500 talented people, delivering services to customers in 17 countries. Founded in 1970, Earth Tech is headquartered in Long Beach, Calif.

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