Robert Franklin Joins AnAerobics as VP of Projects

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AnAerobics, Inc.

Executive's Experience in Construction and Project Management Will Facilitate Growing Number of Customer Projects

Diane Creel, chairman and CEO of New York-based AnAerobics, Inc., named industry veteran Robert G. Franklin, as vice president of projects.

"With more than 26 years of experience in construction and project management, Franklin was an obvious choice for this position at our growing company," said Creel. "Our customer base is rapidly expanding and it's crucial we have an executive project manager with a record for providing high-quality implementations."

In his role at AnAerobics, Robert Franklin will be responsible for the planning and execution of waste stream treatment projects utilizing AnAerobics' patented MFT technology at customer sites worldwide.

Mr. Franklin is a civil engineer and construction manager with more than 26 years of experience in the construction of wastewater, advanced technology, cogeneration, manufacturing and commercial facilities. He has managed construction projects in positions ranging from general contractor to owner's construction management consultant, and has built third-party designed projects as well as fast-track facilities designed in-house. Formerly, he was vice president and division construction manager for the Global Facilities and Global Water divisions at Earth Tech, Inc.

Franklin holds an MS in Construction Engineering and Management from Stanford University and a BS in Civil Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He is a member of the Project Management Institute, Construction Management Association of America and Design-Build Institute of America.

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