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Phoenix Promotes Regh

Posted by Michelle Howard

Phoenix International Holdings has announced the promotion of Jon Regh to Area Manager of its Houston, TX location.

In his new role, Regh will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day revenue producing activities of the office, as well as providing direct oversight of the sales and marketing program; with the goal of maximizing utilization of company assets, increasing market share, and expanding into new markets.

Prior to joining Phoenix, Regh's 38+ year career began as a surface/saturation diver and steadily progressed through the ranks from Project Superintendent to Offshore Construction Manager before moving into the office and Project Management in 2006. He is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and has worked on several major deepwater projects around the world.

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