Services, Rockford, Ill.; B&F Maintenance, Houston,
Texas; McCon Building & Construction, Dallas, Texas;
Uni;ed Services of Texas, Dallas; TT Environmental,
Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico; Ideco Inc., Orange, Calif.; Earling
Sales, Houston; Holbrook Environmental, Baltimore, Md.;
Guardian Fuels, Jacksonville, Fla.; Engineering and Mining,
Nemingah NSW, Australia; Aerison Pty Ltd, Kewdale WA,
Australia; NQ Petro, Bungalow, QLD, Australia; and ECL
Group Fuels, Christchurch, New Zealand.
SENECA COMPANIES BROADENS SERVICE OFFERING IN OKLAHOMA Seneca Companies, a provider of petroleum construction, service and equipment distribution throughout the Midwest, has announced the expansion of petroleum service capabili- ties into Oklahoma City, Okla. Last July, the company ac- quired service provider Mid-South Petroleum, LLC, of Tulsa.
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With this expansion, the company now boasts a total of 25
regional of;ce locations and remote technician territories.
“This strategic expansion will provide customers in
central Oklahoma with a trusted and knowledgeable
contractor for petroleum service in addition to Seneca’s
construction pro;ciencies and distribution of service
station equipment,” noted Tulsa’s Branch Manager
T YREE AWARDED GET T Y REMEDIATION CONTRACT
Tyree Holdings, Corp., an Amincor company and one
of the largest petroleum and environmental remediation
service companies in the United States, has announced
a deal with Getty Petroleum Marketing for remediation
services valued at approximately $6.2 million.
Effective Oct. 1, 2011, the remediation deal increases
Tyree’s work for Getty through the addition of 18 sites in
Pennsylvania and 40 more in New Jersey. Tyree currently
services approximately 98 percent of Getty’s sites. At the
sites, Tyree will be performing remedial investigation and
actions, services that were previously handled by four
New Jersey-based providers.
S. BRAVO CERTIFIED BY WBENC
S. Bravo Systems, Inc., a business specializing in
secondary containment systems for the petroleum industry,
has received national certi;cation as a Women’s Business
Enterprise by WBEC-West, a regional certifying partner
of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
Paola Recendez, president of Bravo Systems since May
of 2010 and the daughter of founder Sergio Bravo, continues
to directly manage all of the company’s operations.
WBENC’s national standard of certi;cation involves a
meticulous process including an in-depth review of the
business and on-site inspection. The certi;cation process
con;rms that the business is at least 51 percent owned,
operated and controlled by a woman or women.
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