Handex Consulting and Remediation, LLC, (HCR) which ranks as one of the leading soil and groundwater remediation and cleanup contractors in the southeastern U.S.,
Brett Fadeley, chairman of HCR said Heath engineered the firm’s successful transition to new ownership at their headquarters in Mount Dora, Florida and has substantially increased revenues during his 15-year tenure with the firm and during his recent years as the firm’s president.
Heath, an attorney, also serves as Co-Chair of the Florida Petroleum Marketers Association (FPMA), the largest petroleum marketing lobbying group in Florida, and will become its chairman later this year.
HCR has offices in Mount Dora, Tampa, Tallahassee and Delray in South Florida. The firm reported revenues last year that totaled more than $25 million. HCR currently employs more than 150 environmental professionals and also maintains extensive operations and offices in Monroe, N.J.
HCR serves federal, state, county and local environmental agencies, major oil companies, large convenience store operators, and private sector clients. The firm specializes in providing environmental soil and ground water remediation for hydrocarbon impacted sites and provides consulting, civil construction, sludge dewatering, emergency response services, remedial system design, installation, operation and maintenance and both Brownfield and infrastructure project management.
“I am excited about continuing my role at HCR. These are challenging times and we have tremendous opportunities before us and all of HCR knows we have a very important job to do as we protect our environment while we expand and diversify our client base,” Heath said.