Nick Pratt

Director of Operations

Mr. Pratt serves as CrowderGulf’s Director of Operations.  His ability to coordinate our field assets and subcontractor resources has proved invaluable to the overall success of our many projects.  Nick began his work at CrowderGulf in 2004 as an equipment operator and crew foreman following Hurricane Ivan.  Having completed this large debris removal operation with great success, Nick’s talents and abilities were used again to provide field supervision over crews in Pascagoula, MS following Hurricane Katerina in 2005 and in Texas after Hurricane Ike in 2008.  Nick supervised and managed several hauling crews until the final cleanup work was completed in Bolivar, Texas. Nick was promoted to Project Manager in 2010 and was assigned project management duties for the BP Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill cleanup. He initially handled all of the logistics for the Oil Spill project, putting hundreds of pieces of CrowderGulf equipment in place and directing and training hundreds for CrowderGulf employees throughout the operation. Nick has continued to assist our team by providing his expert knowledge and leadership in the field to complete any assignment given to him on or ahead of schedule.  He has played a vital role as project manager for our large waterway debris removal contract with the New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Services, as a result of Hurricane Sandy in 2012. From 2012- 2018, Nick has worked numerous disaster responses for CrowderGulf providing Project Management and asset coordination assistance for multi-state responses.  Most recently, Mr. Pratt worked to secure subcontractors, field personnel, equipment and assets in 2017 after Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas Coast. Hurricane Irma devastated Florida two weeks later and he remobilized and oversaw the same task items along the Florida Coast. He managed to supply necessary subcontractors and equipment to all 91 activated contracts in Texas and Florida after those two historical storms. In addition, Mr. Pratt has been the Senior Project Manager in the field for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection waterway debris removal project that occurred after Hurricane Irma. Multiple Counties throughout Florida activated contracts and he worked with Project Manager to remove approximately 250,000 Cubic Yards of waterway debris.  Mr. Pratt attended the University of South Alabama. He also holds certificates in CPR and First Aid, 40 hour HAZWOPER and refresher and in 30 Hr OSHA Construction. (NIMS Trained)

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