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Estoll brings more than 40 years of industry experience to company
Hanson Pressure Pipe, a concrete and steel pressure pipe manufacturer in North America, recently announced Dean Estoll has joined the company as vice president, municipal sales. In his role, Estoll is responsible for overseeing all pressure pipe sales activities to municipalities and public water agencies in the U.S. and Canada, and reports to company President Mike Leathers.
“Dean offers valuable industry experience and insight on market needs and demand,” Leathers said. “He represents the dedication and effective leadership needed to continue to strengthen Hanson Pressure Pipe’s position in the industry and expand market share.”
A veteran in the manufacturing industry, Estoll has managed and supported sales operations throughout the U.S. for concrete, steel and pressure pipe companies. He began his career with United Concrete Pipe Corp. He contributed to the growth and success for manufacturers, including L.B. Foster Co., Thompson Pipe & Steel Co. and Insituform Technologies Inc., serving various national and regional sales leadership roles.
“I look forward to joining the Hanson Pressure Pipe team and supporting the company’s growth and offerings by identifying market opportunities and contributing to a successful company focused on delivering quality products and service,” Estoll said.
Estoll most recently served as group vice president, eastern sales, and the director of business development, nuclear energy, for Northwest Pipe Co., a national manufacturer of large-diameter high pressure water transmission pipe for municipal, industrial and power water systems.
Estoll is active in industry organizations, serving on committees for the American Water Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, National Association of Corrosion Engineers and the American Nuclear Society. He was also a member of the Steel Plate Fabricators Association and served on the Steel Water Pipe Manufacturers Technical Advisory Committee.