New Leadership for Strata Systems as Fuller, Enger, Butchart Retire

On the heels of establishing some dramatic global growth, Strata Systems, Inc. co-founders Chip Fuller (President) and Rich Enger (General Manager) have announced their impending retirement. Craig Bell, an industry veteran who currently serves as Strata Systems Northeast Regional Sales Manager, will transition in the role as General Manager.

Also announcing his retirement is the company’s long-time Project Manager Dave Butchart.

Strata Systems, a global manufacturer of geosynthetic soil reinforcement solutions, is owned by Glen Raven, Inc.

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Craig Bell has worked in the geosynthetics field for 16 years, having held positions with Strata, Tensar Corporation, and WallTek.

“I’m grateful for everything Rich and Chip have contributed to this organization and the industry at-large,” Bell said in a release. “I’m both honored and humbled to follow in their footsteps.”

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Rich Enger retires after 25 years with the company he helped found and for which he held numerous roles in sales, marketing, and operations. Chip Fuller has worked in geosynthetics and geotechnical engineering for 40 years. He has been instrumental in the company’s global growth initiatives and will remain involved in a global advisory position following his retirement as president.

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“We are eternally grateful to Chip, Rich, and David for their many years of service and their leadership,” said Harold Hill, President of Glen Raven Technical Fabrics. “Their dedication to the organization, industry knowledge, and ingenuity have been central to the growth of Strata Systems over many years.”

Learn more about Strata Systems reinforcement engineering expertise, geosynthetics, and locations at www.geogrid.com.

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