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GreenWood, Inc. announces the addition of David “Doc” Holliday as Special Projects Manager.  In this role and as a member of the company’s leadership team, Doc will be working in all aspects of the business operations with both clients and GreenWood associates.

Doc brings more than 30 years of leadership and maintenance/facility operations expertise to this position. Prior to joining GreenWood, Doc held multiple roles at GE with the last 10 years as the Facilities Manager for the Gas Turbine plant in Greenville.  At GE, Doc completed leadership development and management coursework at GE University in Crotonville; was Six Sigma Certified; and served on the Board of Directors for the Turbine Federal Credit Union.  Before his time at GE, Doc served in the United States Navy.

“Doc is a great addition to our leadership team,” says Brad Wood, President of GreenWood, Inc.  “He brings a tremendous amount of maintenance and operations experience that will be applied to the projects he executes both externally and internally.  We’re extremely pleased to have Doc on our team and welcome him to this pivotal role within the company.”

SMRP Annual Conference

The Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) 25th Annual Conference recently took place in Kansas City, Missouri with over 1,000 maintenance, reliability and physical asset management professionals attending.  GreenWood’s Kevin Crittendon represented the company while attending numerous sessions and networking opportunities centered on best practice sharing between members.

A wide range of programs and sessions covered topics on leadership, asset management, planning & scheduling, equipment reliability, materials management, and more. If you are not involved with SMRP, we encourage you to do so. They offer a wealth of resources designed to help you expand your knowledge and skills that improve processes and procedures while building connections with others in the industry. Professional development webinars, education programs, certifications, and a knowledge-rich library deep with resources are available to all members.

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