NEW SOUTH hires David Browman, a highly seasoned Safety Manager, to take our safety program to a new level. David joins the NEW SOUTH team from Auger Services where he was responsible for the overall direction, development and implementation of their Safety Program.
While he continues to service his existing accounts, Steve builds relationships with NEW SOUTH’s larger customers. He has a successful track record of maintaining long lasting and mutually beneficial relationships. This move will be very beneficial to NEW SOUTH customers.
Russell was manager of our lightweight temporary bridge subsidiary, All Terrain Bridge, and NEW SOUTH’s Environmental Manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture and contracting with a keen perception of ground conditions and how they relate to the mat selection on a job site. After walking a project site and reviewing the customer’s ... Russell Holmes is promoted to Project Manager/Estimator
Stephanie Thomas-Rees provides a workshop for Leidos, a leading engineering firm for the utility industry. The workshop was a visual of the Best Management Practices employed by NEW SOUTH while crossing wetlands and other sensitive project sites.
Justin Hammond Justin Hammond joined the NEW SOUTH team in June. He is instrumental in gaining insight into projects for our sales representatives, NEW SOUTH’s “boots on the ground”. Justin is committed to reaching you before or during the planning stage of your project to provide you with the most sensible and responsible access solutions. ... Inside Sales supports NEW SOUTH Regional Sales Managers
All Terrain Bridge, a subsidiary of NEW SOUTH, is proud to announce the appointment of Tom James as the new ATB Manager. With years of experience in the land management industry, Tom will provide you with the best small bridge solution to cross over creeks, small rivers, washouts, and etc. to gain total access to ... Tom James is appointed as the new All Terrain Bridge Manager
NEW SOUTH will be hosting an introductory discussion regarding temporary, safe access to sensitive or unstable areas at the Northeast Florida Muddy Water Blues Workshop June 4, 2014 at the St. Johns County Agricultural Center.