ClockSpring|NRI Names New CEO

Frank Firsching, the newly named chief executive officer of ClockSpring|NRI. Photo courtesy of ClockSpring|NRI.

Critical infrastructure solutions company ClockSpring|NRI (Houston, Texas, USA) announced that Frank Firsching has been appointed the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the company. Firsching, who assumed this position effective March 2, is dedicated to advancing the company's commitment to shaping the future of critical infrastructure by providing solutions for constructing, maintaining, protecting, and rehabilitating assets around the world, ClockSpring|NRI said in a statement.

In his new role as CEO, Firsching brings nearly 30 years of experience in the oil and gas, water and wastewater, and power utility industries, with an emphasis on pipeline rehabilitation technologies. Firsching served as president of the infrastructure solutions business unit of infrastructure protection firm Aegion Corporation (St. Louis, Missouri, USA) from 2016 to 2018 and was a founding partner in Underground Solutions, Inc. for over nine years before it was sold to Aegion in 2016.

“ClockSpring|NRI is shaping the future of critical infrastructure renewal by delivering solutions built around high performance composite materials, specialty valves and geopolymer offerings designed to extend infrastructure asset lives while minimizing downtime, maximizing cost-effectiveness and adhering to the strictest industry safety standards,” says Firsching. “I look forward to supporting the continued growth of the business and delivering value for our customers and business partners.”

Firsching succeeds Matt Boucher, who is stepping down after leading the transformation of ClockSpring|NRI over the last few years.

“We thank Matt for his leadership and laying the foundation for the success of ClockSpring|NRI including the acquisition and integration of six companies and achievement of nearly 30 percent annualized organic growth over his tenure,” says Alex Washington, managing director of the private equity firm Wind Point Partners.

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