Mr. Turner has a long career spanning over 2 decades experience in the debris management industry. He began his management career at Grind-all where he oversaw scheduling and operations of four grinders, three screens, mulch coloring plant, fifteen loaders, excavators, trucks, and miscellaneous equipment. He was also responsible for the operation of three dumping and grinding sites for preparation of mulch, topsoil and organic growing media. After Hurricane Isabel devastated the eastern portion of Virginia and the Carolina's in 2003, Mr. Turner utilized his experience in DMS and debris reduction management for CrowderGulf. Mr. Turner served as the Project Manager in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Suffolk, Newport News, and the Counties of James City, Southampton, York, and Suffolk. He was responsible for all aspects of disaster debris collection, recordation, reduction, damage claims and client contact. In 2004, Mr. Turner served as the Project Manager for Lee County, Cities of Ft. Meyers and Cape Coral, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, and Upper Captiva Island after Hurricane Charley and Frances damaged the area. He was responsible for day-to-day management of all disaster recovery activities including collection crews and equipment, debris reduction and disposal, site restoration and acting as the Liaison with the municipalities, the Corps of Engineers and FEMA. Then in 2011, Mr. Turner managed York County, VA after Hurricane Irene effected the area. Most recently, Mr. Turner managed the Hurricane Irma debris management operation for numerous clients in the center portion of Florida.