Percheron Hires Tony Pollack as Director, North Central - Field Services

TonyPollack 02.08.19HOUSTON, TX - October 2018 - Percheron hires Tony Pollack as new Director, North Central - Field Services. He will be responsible for supporting our clients and staff on regional projects. Tony has over 20 years experience in the energy and transportation sectors. He brings a broad range of experience managing ROW projects that includes scheduling, budgeting, task organization, quality control and oversight of technical teams. Prior to joining Percheron he spent 10 years with Stanley Consultants as the Acquisition & Permitting Group Manager focused on electric utility and transportation projects.

“Tony's background and experience working with companies in various sectors of the energy industry in the Denver area will be a significant asset to Percheron,” said Ana Rausch, Senior Vice President for Percheron, LLC. “He brings extensive expertise and will be integral to our growth in the North Central region of the US.”

Tony is an active member of the International Right-of-Way Association (IRWA) and is currently serving as Vice Chair for Region 9 and served as Chapter 6 Treasurer, Vice President & President from 2013 to 2016 and International Finance Committee Member 2016 to 2018. He was instrumental in helping Stanley Consultants win the IRWA Employer of the Year award in 2017.

Tony was a 2017 winner of the Top 20 Under 40 Mountain States ENR Magazine Top Young Professionals competition, which recognizes up-and-coming industry leaders from across the Mountain States and Plains region. He was also nominated as a Top 40 Under 40 recipient by the Denver Business Journal for being an up-and-coming business leader in Denver.

Tony holds a Senior Right-of-Way Agent (SR/WA) designation from the International Right of Way Association and is a Professional Licensed Land Surveyor in Colorado.

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