Arthur M. Eschete, Jr. Of H2M Elected Chairman Of The New York/New Jersey Chapter Of NACE International – National Association Of Corrosion Engineers
(Melville, NY) – ARTHUR M. ESCHETE, JR., Department Manager of the Inspection Services division at H2M Architects + Engineers in Melville, NY has been elected Chairman of the New York/New Jersey chapter of the NACE International, National Association of Corrosion Engineers.
NACE International is the leader in the corrosion engineering and science community and is recognized as the premier authority for corrosion control solutions worldwide. The association began with just 11 engineers and has grown to include more than 25,000 members in over 100 countries. Built upon decades of knowledge and expertise from its dedicated members all around the world, NACE International is involved in countless industries and areas of corrosion prevention and control, including chemical processing, water systems, transportation and infrastructure protection, to name a few.
Mr. Eschete says, “This position will allow me to give back to the [members of] the NACE society some of the knowledge and effort they have given to me. Being a NACE Certified Coatings Inspector has tremendously enhanced my career. My current NACE certification has paved the way for my current position with H2M. The new position [as Chairman of NACE New York/New Jersey Chapter] will enhance my existing position by giving me exposure in the field of Corrosion and allow me to develop new relationship with other Corrosion professionals.”
Mr. Eschete has been working with H2M Architects + Engineers since June of 2005. His current projects include the Rehabilitation of Plant No.2 1MG Elevated Water Storage Tank for the Plainview Water District; Rehabilitation of Plant No.4 1MG Elevated Water Storage Tank for the Village of Rockville Centre, VOC Treatment at Plant No. 1 construction of new water treatment facility for the South Farmingdale Water District; and the Plant 1 Nitrate Treatment construction of new water treatment facility for the Bethpage Water District.
Mr. Eschete is a member of Long Island Water Conference, National Association of
Coating Engineers, International Society of Protective Coatings and Steel Structures Painting Council.
He is a resident of West Islip, Long Island, NY.
From infrastructure to environmental issues, H2M offers a unique opportunity to its clients: the vast collective experience of its people. The company employs more than 250 architects, engineers (water supply, civil/site, structural, M/E/P, wastewater and environmental), planners, designers, inspectors, surveyors and scientists. H2M offers the most advanced and comprehensive services within its fields of expertise. The firm’s employees keep abreast of new technologies, market trends, and governmental policy changes in order to better serve its clients. H2M has served various markets for nearly 78 years, throughout Long Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut and continually meets the challenges associated with the design/build aspect of constructing and improving communities and businesses.
Recent projects include: Elmont Fire District Engine 4 Firehouse, new two bay, two story, state of the art fire station; South Huntington School District Vehicle Maintenance Facility, new state of the art vehicle repair facility; Locust Valley Sewage Pump Station Interceptor Sewer and Force Main, wastewater pump station design and 3-mile long force main; South Farmingdale Water District wellhead treatment project; Hicksville Water District air stripper and nitrate removal system; New York State Office of General Services (NYSOGS) commissioning of water treatment plan at Wallkill Correction Facility; Town of Clarkston Commuter Parking Lot; Northeast Branch of the Nissequogue River.