Rich Crane has joined PS&S as a Senior Director in the company’s Water Resources Department. He will be based in the Company’s Wall, New Jersey, regional office.
Rich has 37 years of experience in feasibility studies, planning, process mechanical design, contract administration and project management for wastewater treatment plant and pump station design and related construction projects. He began his career in the wastewater field by working on various projects for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection including several large treatment facilities which treated between 125-350 million gallons of wastewater per day. Rich was involved in the design, startup, training and construction administration of wastewater treatment facilities in all five NYC Boroughs.
Rich was hired to strengthen PS&S’s wastewater capabilities, and the decision is already paying dividends. He has a long and successful relationship with the South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority (SMRSA) having designed both their original cogeneration system installation and the cogeneration system upgrade. PS&S was just recently awarded a construction phase services contract for the system upgrade project. The PS&S team is proud to continue that relationship.
“Rich brings a wealth of wastewater capabilities to PS&S,” said John Vena, PS&S’s Associate Principal in charge of the company’s Wall Regional Office. “His expertise increases our opportunities to secure significant projects in the area of wastewater treatment, pumping stations, solids handing facilities and cogeneration.”