Ted Wall Named Oregon Operations Manager

Author: James Maul, RG, LG Published: July 13, 2010

Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. (MFA) is pleased to announce that Ted Wall will be taking on the position of Oregon operations manager. MFA has reorganized its operations and management structure to better reflect the regional demands of its clients as well as the multidisciplinary aspect of its projects.

This is the first of several promotions within the company as part of a recently launched strategic reorganization. Ted has been with MFA for over seven years providing principal-level consulting advice to municipal and private sector clients. Most recently, Ted was director of engineering services for MFA company-wide. Ted has over 25 years of environmental engineering experience, including five years with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the Superfund and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act programs. Ted has managed or directed a wide range of feasibility studies, remedial designs, and implementation projects.

‘Ted’s leadership has led to a significant growth in business and increased capabilities in our engineering division. He has brought measurable value to our clients, particularly in the cost-effective selection and design of remedial action projects,’ said Jim Maul, MFA president.

Other NewsView All
Process Safety Management: Can We Please Stop Saying, “If You Didn’t Document It, It Didn’t Happen”?

Ask ten people about process safety management (PSM), and chances are at least seven of them will tell you about mountains of paperwork designed primarily to keep auditors happy. They might say, “I spend so much time doing paperwork that I...

Bill Beadie, CIH Blogs, Food Processing, Health & Safety
Federal Brownfields Program Moves Through Congress. What Does This Mean For Your Projects?

The reauthorization of the Federal Brownfields program is starting to wind through Congress and was recently passed by the US House of Representatives. The current proposal (HR 3017) being reviewed by the Senate, which is always subject...

Jim Darling Blogs, Brownfield Redevelopment
View All News