New president at Inberg-Miller

Inberg-Miller Engineers recently announced Eric Graney, P.G., was elected to serve as president of the company. Steve Moldt, past president, will continue in his position as CEO.

Graney, 53, joined Inberg-Miller in 1989 and has been senior vice president since 2012.

He oversees the Casper, Gillette and Douglas operations and is responsible for corporate environmental projects. Graney is a graduate of the University of North Dakota with emphasis in groundwater geology and geochemistry. He has a wife and two daughters.

"I would like to thank our longtime president and CEO, Steve Moldt and CFO/COO, Jeremy Hernandez for their confidence in me to lead our company and continue the corporate culture that they worked so hard to develop." Graney said in a press release.

"Our goal will be to continue to provide excellent service to our clients and be technically sound. However, beyond the typical business model, we will promote our vision of growth, corporate succession planning, professional development and training for all staff, being involved in our community, and encouraging a work-life balance that is all too rare in today's workplace. The stage has been set for untold opportunities waiting for us. IME's future is bright, and I am looking forward to it."


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