Integrated Water Services Appoints Greg Dills as Chief Operations Officer

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Longmont-based Integrated Water Services (IWS) is excited to announce Greg Dills as Chief Operating Officer (COO).
 
“I am ecstatic to have the opportunity to join IWS and be part of this dynamic and forward thinking industry leader.“ said Dills. “IWS, in partnership with Sciens Water, is well positioned to continue its growth strategies in the US water infrastructure markets”.
 
Dills brings more than 30 years of leadership experience to IWS as a construction executive with extensive operations and water infrastructure experience. He will work closely with the senior leadership team at IWS to grow and manage the Operations team.
 
“We are excited to have Greg Dills join the executive team at IWS. His leadership and expertise in construction within our industry will help IWS continue as an industry leader and meet our long term strategic objectives as a company.” said IWS Chief Executive Officer, David Patton.
 
Dills’ most recent work experience was with Lane Construction as a District Manager where he opened a water and waste water treatment plant division. Prior to Lane, he was the VP and Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager at MWH where he helped secure $163M in new business within his first two years at MWH. Dills has also held significant roles as a Division Manager for Water and Wastewater at Choate Construction and as the President for Thamer Construction where he managed the Operations of a 30 year old treatment plant contracting business.

Dills earned his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Clemson University in South Carolina.

About Integrated Water Services:

Integrated Water Services, Inc. was started in 2003 focused on implementing turn-key solutions for water and wastewater treatment. Over the years, the team built the company into one of the leading design-build providers for water and wastewater solutions.

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