Weston Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Bruce Estok and Bryan Peachey as Weston Vice Presidents.
Retired Army Corps of Engineers Colonel Bruce Estok, PE, MSE, joined Weston in March 2020 to lead engagement and growth with Weston’s largest clients, the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Mr. Estok has 25 years of engineering leadership experience, including three years as Commander of the Seattle District and two years as Commander of the Albuquerque District, USACE. He also served in the Louisville District as a military construction Resident Engineer at Ft. Campbell and as Construction Program Manager for Army Special Operations Command at Ft Bragg, North Carolina. He also brings over five years of multi-national executive business leadership experience.
Mr. Peachey has been with Weston for 20 years providing value in multiple roles, including Project Financial Analyst, Business Manager, Client Operations Controller, and, presently, Operations Manager for Weston’s commercial, and state and local government business. Throughout his Weston career, his contributions have improved business performance, risk management, employee development across the organization.
Lawrence Bove, Weston President and CEO, says: “Our new Vice Presidents have demonstrated significant high-level performance in their respective positions to build long-term success and shareholder value. Both Bruce and Bryan exemplify our core values and are strong leaders that deliver sustained advantage for our customers and Weston. We will count on their performance excellence to achieve significant results and push our company to higher outcomes that lead to Weston’s growth now and into the future.”
About Weston Solutions
Weston Solutions is a US-based 100% employee-owned environmental and infrastructure services firm with annual Gross Sales approaching $500M, committed to safety and client value driven to be our clients most effective and efficient service provider. For 65+ years, we have solved our client’s project challenges with a passion to serve and driven to make a difference.
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