Our New President

September 15th, 2016 in News

On June 27, 2016, Submar welcomed Tim Reggio as its new President. A New Orleans native, Tim attended the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology to study gas compression and heavy equipment. He worked for 28 years at his father’s company, Gerhardt’s, before joining the Finnish company Wartsila. Following his time at Wartsila, Tim joined […]

Congratulations to Mr. Chris Hoffman, Submar’s Great Lakes Regional Manager, who recently aquired his Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) certification. According to the CPESC, Inc.’s Mission Statement, “the public demands evidence of professional competence from persons whose activities affect the physical and economic well-being of people throughout the world. Such professionals increasingly […]

During extreme flooding of the Yellowstone River in 2011, debris caused the Silvertip Pipeline to rupture and release 1,509 barrels of crude oil. Six months before the incident, the pipeline was in compliance and completely covered, but due to the extreme weather conditions and riverbed erosion, it quickly became exposed. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration […]

El Niño’s warm temperatures may cause flooding in typically dry U.S. regions and additional rain in wet areas. The colder regions of the country may warm up, which can lead to additional flooding and increased water flow in rivers and streams throughout the U.S., coupled with increased precipitation in the southern states. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric […]