Marcellus Shale Support Firm TRC Engages Ridge Global As Strategic Advisor

TRC Companies, Inc. has engaged Ridge Global LLC as a strategic advisor in support of business consulting in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and neighboring states. The partnership will expand relationships and teaming opportunities, and support deeper engagement and enhanced service for current and prospective TRC customers in the region. 
            Ridge Global is led by Tom Ridge, the first secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and former governor of Pennsylvania, and offers international expertise in the areas of energy, security and infrastructure protection, risk and maritime management, emergency preparedness and response, and strategic growth.  
            “TRC’s relationship with Ridge Global is an exciting development for our company and our clients,” said Chris Vincze, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Ridge Global’s broad level of expertise will augment our ability to respond to the unique political, economic and cultural framework that shapes the way business is conducted in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. With the support of Ridge Global, TRC is well positioned to deliver creative energy and environmental solutions to an increasing number of customers, markets and industries.” 
            “We’re delighted to be associated with TRC,” said Tom Ridge, founder and CEO of Ridge Global. “We look forward to putting our strategic capabilities to work in support of its efforts in the Marcellus region.”
            TRC has Pennsylvania offices in the cities of Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Export, Philadelphia, Plymouth Meeting, and Allentown in addition to locations throughout Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, New York and New Jersey.
            The Company’s work includes construction engineering and inspection; geotechnical engineering; and environmental services for upstream, midstream, downstream and power generation projects. TRC is a member of Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale Coalition.


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