Weston Solutions Inc. (WESTON®), a leading environmental,
redevelopment, and construction firm, today announced that Alan Solow
has been elected to the Board of Directors of its parent company, Weston
Solutions Holdings, Inc.
Mr. Solow is the Chief Executive Officer of Cabrera Services, Inc., a
leader in characterization and environmental remediation of radiological
contamination. He previously spent 17 years at WESTON, serving in
multiple leadership positions, including Vice President of DOE Programs,
Senior Vice President of the Federal Programs Division and Chief
Operations Officer. He was also a Senior Vice President of the Shaw
Group, responsible for managing Federal Environmental Operations.
George Mackenzie, Chairman of WESTON's Board of Directors, stated, "On
behalf of theentire WESTON Board of Directors, I am pleased to welcome
Alan back to the company. His personal experience and background with
WESTON, as well as his most recent time with Cabrera Services and the
Shaw Group, will be an invaluable asset to the Board of Directors."
"I am honored and humbled to work with the WESTON team again," added Mr.
Solow. "As I discussed the Director nomination with Bill Robertson
(WESTON's President & CEO), I reflected on the wonderful experiences I
had in growing my career with the company. To come back into WESTON
feels like coming home and I look forward to supporting both the Board
and the Management Team as we all work to move the company forward."
Mr. Solow holds a BS in Physics/Physical Science and an MS in Health
Physics from Colorado State University. He is also a Certified Health
Physicist, accredited by the American Board of Physics.
Founded in 1957, Weston Solutions (WESTON®) is a leader in
environmental, sustainable, and energy solutions; property
redevelopment; and design/build construction. We bring technical
expertise and a proven ability to integrate teams, technologies, and
services to solve our clients' most complex challenges. Visit WESTON at www.westonsolutions.com.
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