Gene McNutt joins Winter Environmental as a Senior Project Manager with over 32 years of experience in the civil, environmental and demolition industry. Gene has successfully executed hundreds of projects throughout the United States, with an emphasis on projects in the Mid-Atlantic and the Southeast.
Gene has a proven track record in incorporating his extensive business experience into client solutions. Gene’s versatile skill- sets provide him the ability to cultivate an opportunity from the business development stage, to scoping and estimating, project execution, and project closeout.
Wade Snow joins Winter Environmental as the Scaffold System Manager. For the past 17 years, Wade has focused on scaffold system design, construction and dismantling in commercial retail, maritime, utility, petrochemical, pulp and paper markets. Wade’s experience includes system design, construction, maintenance and dismantling. Wade has built systems and has been engaged in collaborative efforts with owners, specialty subcontractors and general contractors. Wade has significant experience in working in union and open shop environments and has a reputation as an industry leader.
Winter Environmental would like to congratulate Tim Egan, Vice President, on his retirement. Tim has spent more than 33 years at Winter Environmental and managed hundreds of projects and relationships, always with distinction and a high degree of client satisfaction and success. Tim’s knowledge, mentorship, steady temperament and arid sense of humor will be missed as part of the daily environment.
Retirement is the end of this road, but the beginning of an open highway…….
Best wishes to Tim and his wife, Kathy, on great success and enjoyment in the future.
Congratulations to Maggie (the daughter of Ralph Leptrone from Winter Environmental) for her graduation from UWG Nursing School. Mona, Maggie’s service Labradoodle, became the first canine companion in UWG history to receive an honorary “dog-ree” during in-person Commencement ceremonies that honored all members of the class of 2020 –human or otherwise.
William “Bucky” Thompson joins Winter Environmental as Vice President of Remediation with over 41 years of experience in the Environmental Industry. He has managed and worked directly on over 1,000 planned and emergency response and remediation projects involving facility demolition, thermal incineration, high-hazard emergency response, landfill construction, uncontrolled waste site remediation, facility decontamination, dredging, and radiological decontamination and remediation throughout his career.
Winter would like to proudly recognize Ashlyn Mumme, daughter of Winter’s CFO, Ralph Mumme, who has been awarded the John T. Adamo, Jr. Scholarship from the National Demolition Association. After a very competitive and selective process, the NDA awards $75,000 in scholarships to only nine outstanding scholars, and as a recipient, Ashlyn was announced and recognized at the 2019 NDA Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado. Ashlyn will be attending the Georgia Institute of Technology in the fall of 2019.