Alliance Recovery Corporation (ARVY.OB) Completes Selection of Project Management, Engineering, Fabrication and Installation Team
Alliance Recovery Corporation (“Alliance”) (OTCBB:ARVY) announced today that a major milestone has been reached in connection with their planned construction of a “waste-to-energy” showcase installation. This achievement is the result of the completion of screening and selection of an experienced and knowledgeable team of engineers, scientists and fabricators that will construct the “waste-to-energy” showcase facility. Having now completed this process, the Company is well positioned to proceed with specific project development activities pertaining to the “waste-to-energy” showcase installation immediately following the close of the project funding.
Resource International Ltd. (“Resource”) located in Ashland, Virginia, will provide the overall project management for the complete development and construction of the initial “waste-to-energy” showcase installation. Resource’s engineers and scientists have been serving the government and private sector since 1979, throughout the continental United States, Mexico and the Caribbean. Michael E. Fiore, P.E., President of Resource International Ltd. will head up the Project Management effort. In addition to Resource’s engineers and scientists, the engineering team will also include Earl H. Sigman, P.E., of Sigman Engineering Services located in Charlotte, North Carolina.
From 1986 to 1994 at Joy Energy Systems located in Charlotte, North Carolina, Earl Sigman was the Chief Design Engineer responsible for mechanical and structural design of thermal process systems. Since 1995, Sigman Engineering Services (“Sigman”) has provided process and structural design and engineering services for a diverse range of thermal processes and continues to provide operator-training programs to meet state and federal regulatory standards. Sigman’s engineers and process control specialists will be involved in all aspects of the design and fabrication drawings, equipment procurement, and installation of the Alliance “waste-to-energy” system and also will be responsible for operator training.
C&H Fabrication Services (“C&H”) located in Catawba, South Carolina will augment the engineering team with their 30 years of experience manufacturing waste management, material handling and thermal processing systems. Their specific capabilities include material selection, manufacturing and assembly, refractory, hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical, installation, and performance testing. Douglas S. Rishel will represent C&H.
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