HOUSTON, June 16, 2009 – Terry C. Bellora has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO) of Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (Inland), a leading provider of underground rehabilitation solutions with offices throughout the U.S. In his new role, he will be overseeing financial operations, including planning, reporting and risk management for the company and its 400 employees nationwide. Inland CEO Joseph Cutillo made the announcement.
Prior to joining Inland, Mr. Bellora served three years at United Site Services, Inc. (USSI), as CFO and later CEO where he led the company through over 30 acquisitions, growing the company from $30 to over $250 million. Before joining USSI, he spent five years as CFO of Boston-based Edgewater Technology, Inc. (formerly Staffmark, Inc.), where he led the transition of the privately held company into the public dominion. The company went public at $96 million in revenue, and over the course of four years, grew to $1 billion through organic growth and acquisition. Before that, he spent 10 years at Pace Industries, Inc., where he also served as chief financial officer. Mr. Bellora additionally has experience acting as president and chief operating officer of a number of privately held corporations, including Petro General Corporation, Dawn Hill, Inc. and International Yacht & Tennis.
“We are ecstatic to welcome Terry to the team,” said Mr. Cutillo. “With over 20 years of experience, and his past success in private to public transitions, he is the perfect person to lead the financial side of our business as we take Inland to the next level.”
Mr. Bellora received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree in Accounting from Pittsburg State University. He currently resides in Houston, Texas with his wife.
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.