“The breadth of his experience, coupled with his strong business acumen and affinity for developing world-class operating teams is a fantastic addition to our growing company.” - Steve Piccolo, CEO
AIKEN, S.C. (PRWEB) May 22, 2020
ELIXSYS INC., nationally leading the development of domestically sourced bulk chemicals, announced today that Gary C. Baughman has joined Elixsys INC. as the Chief Operating Officer. With principle technology development completed, Mr. Baughman will fuel the execution and deployment of ELIXSYS technologies.
Mr. Baughman has over 35 years of experience serving the power, industrial, chemical and environmental markets. He most recently served as CEO of APTIM, a $2 billion global provider of asset-related services to government, oil & gas, commercial, industrial and power clients. Prior to APTIM he was COO then CEO of M+W Americas, a provider of design, construction and program management capabilities to clients in the advanced manufacturing, pharmaceutical, data center and renewable energy markets. Previously Mr. Baughman held leadership, sales, and technical roles at AECOM, Wood Group, Washington Group International and Fluor.
As COO at ELIXSYS, Mr. Baughman will provide executive leadership for the company’s development, deployment, and operation of critical assets. “It is with great pleasure we welcome Gary to the Elixsys team,” states CEO Steve Piccolo. “The breadth of his experience, coupled with his strong business acumen and affinity for developing world-class operating teams is a fantastic addition to our growing company.” Additionally, Mr. Baughman will act as a key focal point for the capital markets as we further our development into a leading technology solution provider to power, industrial and chemical customers globally.
About ELIXSYS INC.
Elixsys is developing innovative modular chemical processes to extract valuable minerals, metals, and rare earth elements from coal combustion waste. The modules combine proven and environmentally safe processes with innovative sequencing and trade secret chemical formulas to deliver marketable commodities. Recovered materials are in demand as cement, fertilizer, and as specialty filler products used in the production of high-quality paper, plastics, rubber and specialty coatings.