CAM Integrated Solutions LLC, a provider of EPCM services to the energy industry based in Houston, announced the promotion of Jason Newton to COO in an April 20 company release.
Newton’s career spans over 17 years as a management executive and project management professional within the oil and gas and petrochemical construction industries. He had joined CAM Integrated roughly a year after the company was founded in 2015.
“Jason has been instrumental in building CAM from the very beginning to where it is today,” CAM CEO Craig Pierrotti said in a statement. “Through his proven leadership and results-driven work ethic, he has been and will continue to be a pillar of strength for the organization.”
“There is no doubt that he will be successful in this role as a key member of our executive leadership team,” Pierrotti added.
Since joining CAM in August 2016, Newton has worked as senior project manager, facilities engineering manager and director of midstream facilities. He most recently served as vice president of engineering operations over CAMIS and CAM Field.
Per the company release, Newton specializes in onshore projects “across a multitude of midstream transmission, compression, gathering, treating and processing facilities.” In addition to being proficient at strategic planning for business development, market penetration and staffing, his skills include the development and management of project teams with discipline-specific and interdisciplinary roles, tasks and execution strategies, as well as handling upper management and back-office management teams.
In his new role as COO, Newton will lead operations for all entities of CAM—CAM Integrated Solutions, CAM Field Solutions, CAM Process Technologies and Ascend Automation & Controls.
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