GeoStabilization International® today announced that Lance Reisman has joined its Board of Directors and will serve as Chairman.
Most recently, Mr. Reisman spent over three years as Group Executive and Vice President at Danaher Corporation, a global science and technology innovator with more than 30 operating companies with leading positions in diagnostics, life sciences, dental, and environmental and applied solutions. During this time, he had global responsibilities for Danaher’s Water Quality businesses for which he led holistic operational and commercial transformations and executed a number of strategic acquisitions. Prior to his most recent role, Mr. Reisman spent six years in increasingly senior leadership roles at Hach (a Danaher operating company), ultimately serving as President.
“We are thrilled to have Lance join GSI as Chairman and are confident that his deep experiences in high performance cultures will bring valuable insights to our board,” said Colby Barrett, CEO of GeoStabilization International®. “Lance has a strong background in leading both services and products businesses to best-in-class outcomes with a keen emphasis on commercial excellence and growth. We look forward to benefiting from his involvement as we seek to continue GSI’s strong track record of growth and customer service.”
“Lance will be a great addition to GSI and we are excited by the expertise he brings,” said Pete Stavros, Head of North American Industrials and Partner at KKR. “He truly has a passion and commitment for helping make great businesses even better, and we think he will be a perfect fit for GSI as the company embarks on this next stage of its evolution.”
When a portion of Sunset Road on Vashon Island in King County experienced a landslide with previous surficial erosion issues, GeoStabilization International ® provided a design/build/warranty solution. To restore the approximately 70-foot length of damaged road, GSI installed an array of SuperNails ™ to stabilize the slope and faced it with galvanized high-strength mesh.