Crowley Environmental Services Appoints Operations Supervisor

Gerald A. Plank has been appointed supervisor of operations and diving for Crowley Environmental Services Corporation, Seattle, Wash., according to an announcement by Barry Paulsen, CES Northwest Division general manager.

Mr. Plank has nearly 10 years' experience in underwater construction, salvage and repair. He most recently served as a diving supervisor with Manloves Underwater Repair, Seattle, and served in the same capacity with CES parent company Crowley Maritime Corporation from 1975-77.

Mr. Plank's background also includes two years as an instructor with the Amphibious Training Detachment, U.S. Army Special Forces, teaching underwater demolition, reef removal, and harbor clearance.

CES provides complete environmental protection services, including oil and hazardous materials spill cleanup, dock/vessel booming, design/installation of protective facilities, contingency planning, and consulting.

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