June 26, 2013
MONROE, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Combustion Components Associates (CCA), today announced that Mr. Lawrence Berry (Larry) has been named as Vice President of Operations reporting directly to Mr. Gifford Broderick, President of the company.
In making this announcement, Mr. Broderick stated, “We are delighted to have Larry Berry as a member of our senior management team. Larry brings to CCA over 30 years of operations, technical, sales and executive management experience. His vast knowledge of the industry will prove invaluable as CCA seeks to increase market penetration and growth from its range of products to the utility and industrial markets.”
In his new role at CCA, Larry Berry will be responsible for contract execution, project management, spare parts sales, purchasing and the operations, including CCA’s manufacturing subsidiary, Holmes Tool and Engineering. In addition, Larry is responsible for sales of CCA burners and TRIM-NOX SCR systems to package boiler OEM’s.
Prior to joining CCA, Larry was with Hamworthy Peabody Combustion (formerly Peabody Engineering) for 30 years where he held several progressively senior positions including President from 2003 to 2011. Larry began his career at Foster Wheeler Energy Corporation in project management and has also held management positions at Preferred Utilities and Fives North American Combustion.
CCA is a global provider of combustion solutions and combustion control technologies to reduce NOx, particulate matter (PM), unburned carbon and CO emissions at various types of combustion facilities including utility power plants, paper & pulp mills, chemical plants, oil refineries, ethanol plants, marine vessels, and combustion turbines. CCA continues to expand its base of applications across conventional, biomass and waste fuels.
CCA specializes in supplying in-furnace and post-combustion emission control technologies. CCA’s technologies have been installed in over 250 steam generators worldwide ranging in size from 10 MW to 800 MW (50,000 to 5,500,000 lb/hr steam flow) on coal, natural gas, fuel oil, refinery gas, waste fuels and biofuel fired units; and over 150 SCR systems have been installed on diesel engines and industrial boilers. CCA technologies also have been installed on thermal oxidizers, lime kilns and dryers.