J-W Measurement Company changes name, makes leadership appointments

Legacy Measurement Solutions

Following its acquisition by private equity firm White Deer Energy in July 2013 from J-W Energy Company, J-W Measurement Company has changed its name to Legacy Measurement Solutions. A new logo and leadership team has also been put in place.

Danny Hendrix, president and CEO of Legacy Measurement Solutions stated, “Legacy Measurement Solutions is committed to maintaining the quality, service and delivery that has allowed it to become the largest gas measurement company in the United States. The new name represents the fact that we want to remember where we have come from and remind ourselves that our actions create our legacy as a corporation. Our long time clients should look forward to growing capacity and product offerings from Legacy Measurement Solutions. We have embarked on an aggressive growth plan that includes organic growth of manufacturing capacity, an investment in technical expertise and possible strategic acquisitions.”

Jim Meneely, managing director of White Deer Energy LP II stated, “White Deer stands ready to fund Legacy Measurement Solutions’ growth initiatives, and looks forward to working with Danny and his talented team.”

In addition to Hendrix, the company’s senior operations and leadership team includes:

G. Gene Gradick Jr., 44, COO
Mark B. Newman, 43, CFO
Gary A. Crisp, 54, vice president operations - North East Division
Troy H. Tuminello, 44, vice president operations - East Division
Tony J.  Chaput, 51, vice president operations - West Division

The headquarters for Legacy Measurement Solutions will remain in the North Dallas area of the DFW Metroplex.

Legacy Measurement Solutions employs over 450 people operating in 14 states. Legacy Measurement Solutions has a strong niche in the measurement equipment fabrication industry for gas and liquid hydrocarbons. Further it provides ASME engineered processing and production equipment and systems. Legacy Measurement Solutions also employees over 60 field technicians to service, maintain, install, commission and start-up its products through its field services group.

 

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