Louisville, KY-- Hughes Environmental, a commercial duct cleaning and combustible dust remediation company based in Louisville, Kentucky, is pleased to announce a new member of their management team, Mr. John Dockter.
John will join the company’s operations department as the Production Manager to aide in the continued and consistent growth of the business.

“John brings a substantial amount of experience with him to this position”, said Chuck Cooper, Director of Business Development for Hughes Environmental. “His capacity to juggle the day-to-day operations of a growing business with the ability to provide excellent managerial and leadership skills to his crew will ultimately allow us to have a more productive, more cohesive team. His track record in the field is second to none. We’re very excited to have him”.

Hughes Environmental has continued to experience consistent growth since its inception in 2005. With their emphases on Combustible Dust Remediation and Indoor Air Quality to key markets in the United States, they are quickly establishing themselves as the leader in their industry.

“Hughes has an excellent reputation in the business and I’m very proud to be a part of that”, said Dockter. As the production manager, Dockter is charged with overseeing the schedule, coordinating all OSHA and Safety training and to handle all other aspects of daily operations for the company. “It’s exciting to work for a company that is as dedicated to their customers and their employees as Hughes Environmental.”

About Hughes Environmental

In early 2005 Gail Walkiewicz and Craig Rutledge started Hughes Environmental, Inc. to service the commercial duct cleaning and combustible dust remediation needs of clients in the eastern half of the United States. Hughes Environmental (hughesenv.com) has seen strong growth since its inception as a result of superior customer service and a staff comprised of multiple NADCA Certified “Air System Cleaning Specialist”, American Indoor Air Quality “Certified Mold Remediators”, and “Certified Indoor Environmentalist”.

Source: Hughes Environmental

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