CAM Integrated Solutions, LLC (CAM), a provider of EPCM services to the onshore oil and gas industry, announced the plan to expand its Colorado operations into the Denver market. CAM’s Denver operations will be led by Chris Reischman who was recently hired in early October. The Denver location will be CAM’s third office in addition to Houston (Texas) and Durango (Colorado), and will specialise in pipeline and facilities engineering with a high focus on project delivery.
Reischman’s career spans over 15 years in the oil and gas industry with a strong background in pipeline and pipeline-related facilities. Prior to joining the CAM team, Reischman held the position of Director of Operations and Business Development focusing on EPC opportunities for Wolfcreek Group, a privately-owned pipeline construction services group. He also served at CH2MHILL in various management and lead positions within its pipeline division in the US and Canada. Reischman is a University of Kansas graduate and holds a Bachelor of Science in both Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration.
Mitch Stamper, COO, states: “CAM’s establishment of a local presence in Denver will allow us to better serve our clients in the DJ Basin and Bakken Shale, as well as provide additional expertise and support to our existing locations in Houston and Durango. We are extremely excited to welcome Chris as he brings the leadership and experience to drive CAM’s growth as we expand into the Denver market.”
Reischman states: “I am very excited to join CAM and look forward to leveraging my project experiences and relationships in the industry to bring experienced full service (EPCM) pipeline and facilities project execution teams back to the Rockies. CAM’s size and management team provides the flexibility and creativity needed to be successful in the competitive midstream market.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/13102017/cam-to-expand-pipeline-and-facilities-engineering-operations-into-denver-market/
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