PUCC is pleased to announce the recent promotion of long-time veteran employee Eric West to the position of foreman on the company UV CIPP lining crew. "I was glad to accept the position, says Eric, but I was definitely a little nervous."
Eric first started work at PUCC on the Flush Truck at the age of sixteen. "I remember my mom had to sign a paper for me to come to work. Eventually
I went from working on the Flush Truck to working on the TV Truck." When Eric came back to work a second time at PUCC, he remembers being sent
to the Waltersboro, SC project. "We mostly did clean-up and flowable-fill", says Eric.
Eric returned permanently to PUCC in the spring of 2005. When the company started a UV CIPP Lining crew in the spring of 2010, Eric was on hand to
start the operation and was one of the very first crew members. Since 2010, Eric has contributed to the successful rehabilitation of over 265,000
LF of sewer pipe via UV CIPP Lining.
PUCC wishes Eric all of the best in his new role as foreman. His ability to focus on the task at hand and get the job done with a positive attitude
has led Eric to a well deserved leadership position within the company.
"I have always liked it at PUCC, says Eric. Every day is like an adventure."