Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) August 24, 2007
iParametrics is pleased to announce that Kirby McCrary, P.E. has joined the company as Director of Debris Services. He will be responsible for division operations, including business development and applicant client services.
Mr. McCrary comes to iParametrics from Disaster Recovery Resources, Inc. in Winston-Salem, NC, where he was responsible for applicant preparedness and post-event response. He has extensive experience in debris removal and monitoring operations, and developed one of the most comprehensive debris monitor training programs in the industry. Mr. McCrary will be based in Winston-Salem.
Mr. McCrary holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida and is a registered professional engineer in North Carolina and Florida. In addition to his debris management experience, his background includes design, construction management, and construction inspections of highways, bridges, and railroads, as well as prior service at the rank of Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve. He also is a contributing writer to the online journal, Domestic Preparedness, addressing debris management and applicant issues.
Headquartered near Atlanta, GA, iParametrics provides a broad range of engineering and construction-related professional services to both public and private sector clients throughout the United States. iParametrics specializes in cost estimating, scheduling, and program management for the design and construction industries, cost segregation services within the financial and real estate sectors, and staff augmentation for project teams of all types.
iParametrics is a leader in providing trained and qualified personnel in support of presidentially-declared disasters. iParametrics stands ready to assist applicants with: pre-event planning and preparation (training for applicants and debris monitors, debris contract preparation and review, debris data management control systems, Debris Management Plans, POD (Points of Distribution) Plans, and selection and approval of Temporary Debris Storage and Reduction (TDSR) Sites); post-event recovery (assessment of damage, debris removal monitoring, invoicing and claims reconciliation, and post-event response after action reviews). iParametrics also provides reviews and critiques of electronic debris data management systems from the applicant and monitor perspective, ensuring all essential elements are taken into account.