CST Announces Montana Field Addition

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Michael A. Petry brings civil engineering expertise to regional team.

Concrete Stabilization Technologies, Inc. announced today the appointment of Michael Petry as a Field Sales Consultant, based in Livingston, Montana.

Petry comes to CST from KPFF Consulting Engineers in Tacoma, Washington, where he served as a design engineer. Prior to that, he worked as an engineer, business developer, and general contractor in the municipal, commercial, and residential markets.

Petry specializes in the acquisition of individual contracts in the industrial and governmental markets in northern Wyoming and Montana. His work focuses on the utilization of the latest soil and concrete technologies to evaluate, design, and implement solutions for asset holders within the region.

“Michael’s strong background in architectural and environmental planning will bring added dimension to our regional capabilities,” states Jim Purdy, Regional Sales Manager for CST. “We’ve enjoyed great business relationships in Montana. Now we will be able to respond more effectively to the needs of the area.”

A native of Washington, and an Eagle Scout, Petry obtained his Bachelors Degree in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. He is also an active community supporter, having served in non-profit leadership roles in Utah, and as an emergency response trainer in Washington.

Concrete Stabilization Technologies, Inc. is one of the Rocky Mountain region’s top specialty contractors. Founded in 1996, CST is the exclusive provider of Uretek® and Uretek Deep Injection® technologies for State, Federal, Municipal, Industrial / commercial, and residential use. CST is the recipient of multiple awards for its projects in the Rocky Mountain Region. In addition to pavement and concrete restoration and rehabilitation, CST also provides piering, water-control, and soil-stabilization services. CST has offices in Denver, Salt Lake City, Livingston, Montana, and Wheatland (Cheyenne), Wyoming.

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