CECO Environmental Corp. Announces New Board Member

The Dallas-based environmentally focused, diversified industrial company who aims to provide solutions to protect people, the environment, and industrial equipment, said Siegel also was appointed to the board's compensation committee.

CECO Environmental Corp. announced that Laurie A. Siegel has joined its board of directors.

The Dallas-based environmentally focused, diversified industrial company who aims to provide solutions to protect people, the environment, and industrial equipment, said Siegel also was appointed to the board’s compensation committee.

“We are pleased to welcome Laurie to the CECO organization, as her extensive background and broad industry experience makes her a tremendous asset to the company,” Chairman Jason DeZwirek said in a statement. “I look forward to working closely with her to help advance the CECO agenda to drive ongoing progress toward our growth and value creation goals.”

The company said that Siegel brings more than 30 years of experience across diversified industrial companies, as well as leading consulting and advisory firms to her new role.

Before founding LAS Advisory Services, she was the chief human resource officer at Tyco International during a decade of cultural and operational progress. Earlier in her career, Siegel held senior executive positions at Honeywell.

She currently serves on the boards of Lumen Technologies and FactSet, where she chairs the human resource and compensation committee at both companies. She also serves on three not-for-profit boards, Direct Relief, Understood for All, and KCLU public radio.

“Laurie brings a tremendous breadth of relevant industry experience as well as a deep understanding of how to develop and sustain high performance cultures,” Chief Executive Officer Todd Gleason said in a statement. “We are proud of the execution on our strategic programs over the past few years and by adding seasoned talent to our board of directors, such as Laurie, we are even more optimistic about our future.”

CECO Environmental said it serves a broad landscape of industrial air, industrial water and energy transition markets across the globe through its key business segments: Engineered Systems and Industrial Process Solutions.

The company’s goal is to provide innovative technology and application expertise and help companies grow their business with safe, clean, and more efficient solutions that help protect people, the environment, and industrial equipment.

CECO said that in regions around the world, it works to improve air quality, optimize the energy value chain, and provide custom solutions for applications including power generation, petrochemical processing, general industrial, refining, midstream oil and gas, electric vehicle production, poly silicon fabrication, battery recycling, beverage can, and water/wastewater treatment along with a wide range of other applications.

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