CONSPEC Controls Expands Global Customer Support Network to Grand Junction, Colorado

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 04, 2015

“The Grand Junction, Colorado facility rounds out our North American customer support system by giving us a boots-on-ground presence in the western United States,” said CONSPEC marketing manager, Jeff Callihan. “The new facility’s capacity is bolstered by CONSPEC’s North American Engineering and Support Center in Denver, giving CONSPEC an unrivaled capacity for prompt, reliable, expert service in this important coal mine region. When viewed in conjunction with our Operations & Manufacturing facilities in Charleroi, PA and North York, Ontario, and our engineering & technical support operations in Denver, CO, Ingleburn, Australia and Beijing China, CONSPEC’s dedication to reliability and customer satisfaction is paramount, which is exactly the way we want it to be,” Callihan said.

About CONSPEC Controls: CONSPEC Controls is internationally recognized as a leader in the design, development and manufacture of gas detection instruments, monitoring devices and environmental control systems for the energy production industry. For more than 45 years CONSPEC had pioneered the design, development and manufacture of environmental and atmospheric sensing and safety technologies to optimize performance, maximize production and increase profits for mine operators and energy producers around the world. Through decades of collaboration with leading mining companies, government/industry research organizations, as well as strategic corporate partners, CONSPEC has provided the best workplace safety systems and devices available for the protection of personnel, property and equipment.

CONSPEC offers a wide array of products, ranging from fully integrated installations to stand-alone, devices. The company’s user-friendly devices are engineered to interface with both new and existing control equipment. Due to its long history in the mining industry, CONSPEC equipment is “coal grade,” that is, designed to work in the harshest environments. Combining state-of-the-art manufacturing and research, CONSPEC creates specialized instrumentation and equipment that meets individual customer applications and requirements.

For more details visit: http://www.conspec-controls.com







Thorvald Nelson Elected to Colorado Humanities Board of Directors

Denver, Co (PRWEB) October 08, 2014

Holland & Hart LLP partner Thorvald Nelson has been elected to the Colorado Humanities board of directors. Providing expertise and relationships throughout the state, board members monitor the Colorado Humanities’ mission, provide fiscal oversight, approve programs, make personal contributions, and participate in conferences and continuing education activities.

“I’m inspired by the organization’s dedication to expanding every Coloradoan’s ability to make

the humanities an every-day part of our lives,” said Thor Nelson, a regulatory lawyer and former

economist. Nelson, who represents a broad spectrum of utility consumers and utilities in regulatory matters at the local, state, and federal level, said he is looking forward to his new board position. “I’m excited to be working with the outstanding team at Colorado Humanities,” he said. “History. Culture. The arts. Those are the things that make life worth living.”

The Colorado Humanities board of directors comprises 20 members. Five board positions are filled by appointment of the governor and 15 through the nonprofit organization’s ongoing nominations process. Colorado Humanities Board Chair William Wei, who is a professor of history at the University of Colorado-Boulder, said, “Once again, Colorado Humanities has attracted stellar board members who are committed to its mission of promoting the humanities in the Centennial State. I look forward to working with them to do so.”

Also joining the board are: Vectra Bank Colorado Market President for Roaring Fork Valley Charles T. Bantis; University of Colorado-Denver Sr. Project Manager in the Office of the Provost/Chancellor Michel R. Dahlin; The Durango Herald Publisher (retired) Richard G. Ballantine; Colorado Northwestern Community College Vice President of Instruction and Student Affairs David M. Smith; and NEX-U President Paulette Grant Tate. Retired Law Partner of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP George B. Curtis was reappointed by the governor in May for his second term.

During his career, Nelson has appeared before state utility regulatory commissions throughout the Mountain West including Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana, and New Mexico. He also represents clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, in state and federal courts, and before state legislatures.

At Holland & Hart, Nelson has represented large electric consumers and electric consumer coalitions, independent power producers, renewable energy developers, competitive local exchange carriers, cable companies, rural local exchange carriers, natural gas local distribution companies and pipelines, water utilities, and utility consumer organizations.

Nelson’s clients value the industry understanding he gained from serving as an economist with the Colorado Office of Consumer Counsel. While there, he had opportunities to serve as a testifying expert on regulatory law and policy. He was a member of several federal and state bodies responsible for economic and policy recommendations to regulators, including the Staff of the Federal-State Joint Board on Universal Service.

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About Colorado Humanities

Colorado Humanities, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit nationally affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, Letters About Literature, Motheread, Inc., River of Words and the Smithsonian Institution, is the only Colorado organization exclusively dedicated to support humanities education for adults and children statewide. Based in Greenwood Village, Colorado Humanities designs and implements more than a dozen educational programs, and works with 350 local program partners throughout the state to tailor the programs to community needs. The organization’s goals are to improve education, strengthen cultural institutions and enrich community life by providing school-based and community humanities education programs. To learn more, contact the office at (303) 894-7951, or visit coloradohumanities.org. You can “friend” Colorado Humanities on Facebook.

About Holland & Hart

Holland & Hart LLP delivers integrated legal solutions to regional, national and international clients of all sizes. Since its inception in 1947, Holland & Hart’s more than 470 lawyers have consistently been recognized by leading national and international peer and industry review organizations for innovation and dedication to the practice of law. For more information, visit http://www.hollandhart.com.







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Kalologie Spa Destinations LLC Inks 23-Unit Regional Developer Package for Colorado

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) August 11, 2014

Kalologie 360 Spa is pleased to announce the signing of a multi-unit regional development agreement for the state of Colorado. The Regional Developer, Scott Gardner, is awarded a minimum of 23 units in the territory.

Scott Gardner states, “I am thrilled to join the Kalologie team and embark on an exciting journey to help introduce and expand a premium brand into the Rocky Mountain State.”

Kalologie’s development in Colorado is part of a steady and strategic plan, which includes expanding in existing markets while entering new cities across the country.

Tracy Brennan, co-founder of Kalologie, states, “With Kalologie’s roots on the west coast, development in Colorado is a natural fit for of our company’s expansion objectives. I and the entire Kalologie team look forward to working with Scott Gardner to grow the Kalologie 360 Spa concept in the region.”

In addition to the development agreement mentioned above, Kalologie is seeking new franchisees to expand its innovative spa concept across the country. To fuel this growth, the company is looking for seasoned entrepreneurs who are searching for an unprecedented franchise opportunity in the spa industry.

Kalologie 360 Spas offer customized, restorative massage therapy, signature results-oriented facials, a range of highly effective peels, and expert waxing services. The innovative spa pass membership allows guests to choose from a flexible, personalized combination of massages, facials, peels, and waxing each month to create a complete one-stop solution. Kalologie 360 Spa locations feature celadon green walls, ebonized wood, modern lighting, and private treatment rooms to create an atmosphere that is both soothing and revitalizing.

About Kalologie:

Kalologie LLC and its affiliate companies are a membership-based spa franchisor and manufacturer of the award-winning line of Kalologie®-branded proprietary products. Kalologie skin care products are available at Kalologie-franchised locations throughout the United States, as well as high-end retailers such as MGM’s Aria Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, Nevada.

To learn more about the Kalologie concept, visit http://Kalologie.com.