HOUSTON, August 6, 2009 – Raymond Cuevas has been named human resources director of Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (Inland), a leading provider of underground rehabilitation solutions with offices throughout the U.S. In his new role, he will direct and oversee all human resources functions for the company and its 400 employees nationwide, including staffing, development, policy direction, succession planning and growth strategies. Inland CEO Joseph Cutillo made the announcement.
Before joining Inland, Mr. Cuevas served as the director of human resources for Atrium Companies, where he implemented and oversaw the highest-quality operation of employee relations programs and provided bilingual support to business divisions across Texas. Prior to Atrium, he was the director of human resources for thirteen divisions of US Foodservice, Inc., partnering with senior management to develop strategic procedural practices, while attending to and facilitating a successful community of Foodservice workers.
“Ray is such a positive addition to the Inland team,” said Mr. Cutillo. “His diligence and concern for the smooth development and operation of employee relations will contribute hugely to the success and preservation of our positive work environment.”
Mr. Cuevas received his Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York and his Master of Business Administration degree from Texas A&M. He currently resides in The Woodlands, Texas with his family.
About Inland Pipe Rehabilitation
Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (Inland) is a national leader and provider of underground rehabilitation solutions. Licensed in over 25 states, Inland uses the latest technologies in the industry and has patented pipe cleaning tools that provide the U.S. with the only “Green” environmentally friendly rehabilitation method. Inland is also a past recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineers award for best project in the past for their involvement with a 15-month project, which fixed a massive sinkhole in Sterling Heights, Mich. costing under $100 million.