On Friday, June 21st, the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance will be holding a quarterly Membership Luncheon. This event will focus on the topic of “Business Beyond Laramie” Learn how your Laramie company can benefit by doing business beyond Laramie.
The featured speaker will be Jack Bedessem. There will be time for Q&A from attendees.
About Jack Bedessem:
Jack Bedessem is President/CEO of Trihydro Corporation and a Senior Engineer with over 30 years of experience in the engineering, environmental, and energy industries. He is currently registered as a professional engineer in 14 states.
Jack graduated from South Dakota State University with a BS degree in civil engineering degree in 1980. He worked as a wastewater treatment plant operator for the City of Brookings, SD and an engineer for the WDEQ/Water Quality Division prior to joining Trihydro in 1988. Jack served in a variety of roles leading up to his appointment as President/CEO in 2004, including Chairman of the Board, Vice President of Engineering, Executive Vice President, and Chief Financial Officer. Jack remains an active civil/environmental engineer and program director, with particular emphasis on strategic planning, business ethics and workplace safety.
Through Jack’s direction and Trihydro’s leadership team, the company has grown to nearly 500 employees with its headquarters in Laramie, 20 branch offices between Alaska, California and Florida. Since 2006, the Wyoming Business Journal has ranked Trihydro as the State’s largest engineering firm. Zweig White ranked Trihydro as a Hot Firm for 10 consecutive years (2004-2013), and the Engineering News Record recently ranked Trihydro in the top 200 Environmental Firms in the U.S. (#113 in 2018).
In addition to his professional responsibilities, Jack serves and/or has served the boards of a number of industry and community organizations, such as the Wyoming Oil and Gas Industry Safety Alliance, Ivinson Memorial Hospital Foundation (IMHF), Center for Cowboy Ethics and Leadership, and the Laramie Economic Development Corporation (LEDC). He also served as co-chair for the 2016 IMHF La Grande Fleur and co-chair for the 2010 Albany County United Way campaign. Additionally, he provides support on numerous other local and regional industry and community service committees. In 2005, Mr. Bedessem received the LEDC 2005 Business Person of the Year Award.
Jack enjoys spending time with his family and most all of the outdoor activities Wyoming offers.
Tickets are $15 for Members and $20 for Non-Members
Registration Closes on June 17th at 10am.