INTRINSIC SERVICES, LLC
Our people are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.
Daniel S. Domigan
SYNAGRO TECHNOLOGIES, INC.– Miamisburg, Ohio
Mr. Domigan held direct responsibility for the expansion of Midwestern business for North America’s leading provider of residuals management and beneficial use services for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment plants. He generated new leads, connected with decision makers, sold the value of the company’s services, and ultimately drove up revenue and profit with the addition of new accounts. He wrote and submitted proposals that provided customer centric, value based solutions while executing on the company’s strategic plans and sales initiatives. He constructed qualitative and quantitative value propositions to negotiate and close service contracts while working with existing customers to cross-sell, up-sell, renew and extend current contracts.
BIOLOGICALLY INTEGRATED ORGANICS, INC. - Sonoma, California
Mr. Domigan held direct responsibility for the operational performance of a dynamic young agribiotic company producing high-end compost based liquid microbial soil products. As a key contributor to the ongoing growth and success of the business, his primary objective was to maintain production of high quality products while meeting the demand of international and domestic sales activity. He had direct oversight of all proprietary production methods and technologies and was also responsible for the security of the company’s production facilities. He presented quarterly operations reports to the company’s Board of Directors and hosted one of the quarterly board meetings at the Fresno, California production facilities each year. He provided leadership and support as a member of the corporate management team and assisted with Sales and Marketing, Research and Development, and Administration as needed. He managed all aspects of production facilities staffing, raw materials purchasing, product production, quality assurance/quality control, packaging, and both domestic and international shipping.
SELF EMPLOYED AGRONOMIC CONSULTANT- Rosamond, California
Mr. Domigan developed a new operations plan for biosolids land application on client’s 640-acre ranch in the western Antelope Valley. He negotiated mutually acceptable lease amendments and cropping schedule changes with the ranch tenants to increase the spreading capacity of the site from 2,971 wet tons per year to 20,670 wet tons per year. He also directed site visits for client’s customers and regulatory staff as needed.
WHEELABRATOR WATER TECHNOLOGIES - Bio Gro (Now Synagro Technologies, Inc.) - Irvine, California
Mr. Domigan held multiple positions of increasing responsibility culminating in direct responsibility for the operational performance of the western region of the nation's premier biosolids management company. He oversaw 14 ongoing municipal biosolids management contracts and six additional projects as well as a staff of 18 subcontractors, one consulting contract, and up to 30 project personnel. He managed nine different residuals management technologies, three fixed facilities, and three ranches in excess of 1,000 acres.
Mr. Domigan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy from The Ohio State University.
Steven J. George
SYNAGRO TECHNOLOGIES, INC. – Lancaster, Ohio
Mr. George held direct responsibility for three operating hubs spanning seven states of Midwestern and New England business for North America’s leading provider of residuals management and beneficial use services for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment plants, valued at $4.5 million in annual revenue. He maintained daily contact with decision makers and provided outside support to the clients while cross selling the value of the company’s services, ultimately driving up revenue and profit with the addition of new accounts. He provided leadership to the area team for submission of proposals that provided customer centric, value based solutions while executing on the company’s strategic plans and sales initiatives. He was responsible for Safety Management Plan implementation for his areas of direct responsibility and he compiled and reported production information and forecast trends while managing a multi-state territory. He conducted regular client visits to engage them in building partnerships to satisfy their operational needs and utilized creative initiatives to achieve benefits recognized by both parties. He also worked with existing customers to up-sell, renew and extend current contracts.
WHEELABRATOR WATER TECHNOLOGIES - Bio Gro (Now Synagro Technologies, Inc.) - Chicago, Illinois
Mr. George held responsibility for the operational performance the company’s first acquisition. This acquisition involved the management of over 30 municipal and industrial beneficial reuse contracts in the Chicago area. He was responsible for the supervision of 3 project managers, 25 field employees, and 3 subcontractors and facilitated the transition of the acquired companies into the existing protocol that WWT - Bio Gro had established. Steve was a key member of the team conducting the initial negotiations with the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago that eventually lead the company to successfully bidding and being awarded the first privately operated beneficial reuse land application program for the District.
BIO GRO SYSTEMS - Annapolis, Maryland (Corporate Office)
Mr. George held numerous positions of increasing responsibility culminating with his promotion to the position of Logistics and Engineering Coordinator. Reporting to the Vice President of Operations, Steve held direct responsibility for the operational needs of the company, managing all equipment fleet needs and equipment selection for field operations. He had direct oversight of the various proprietary methods and technologies developed for the production of Class A biosolids products and was responsible for building relationships with the manufacturers of the equipment and improving the mechanical means by which the process operated. He also led the team that designed and installed the first permanent BIO FIX Operation at the Charlotte Mecklenburg WWTP located in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Mr. George holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Mechanization and Systems from The Ohio State University.