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Mr. Tom Daugherty

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Employment History


  • associates degree
  • bachelors degree , management
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Tom ..., 26 Nov 2013 [cached]
Tom Daugherty
Tom Daugherty is a ten year veteran in the municipal wastewater marketplace. He is the past president of Blue Water Technologies and led that firm to the award of the 2009 Eddy medal for advancement in wastewater research. He is currently the National Sales Manager for s::can Measuring Systems. Mr. Daugherty holds a Masters in Business Administration from Marylhurst University.
About Blue Water Technologies, Inc., 30 May 2010 [cached]
Tom Daugherty
Tom Daugherty, President, has over 26 years of corporate marketing and sales experience. He has worked in executive roles for several start-up / high-tech companies and has led partner discussions with many Fortune 1000 clients. He has served as Chairman for a $1 billion dealer buying cooperative. Mr. Daugherty sits on numerous civic boards and committees and was the 2009 Alumni of the Year for North Idaho College. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management from Lewis and Clark State College.
FYI North Idaho [cached]
Tom Daugherty has been elected president of the North Idaho College Alumni Association after having been involved in the organization for eight years. Daugherty graduated with an associates degree in 1980 and continued at Lewis-Clark State College for his bachelors degree in management. Hes president of a Coeur dAlene water treatment business, Blue Water Technologies. The North Idaho College Alumni Association is comprised of 16 board members.
Tom ..., 15 Mar 2008 [cached]
Tom DaughertyTom Daugherty, President, has over 25 years of corporate marketing and sales experience.He has worked in marketing and sales for several start-up / high-tech companies and has led partner discussions with several Fortune 1000 clients.He has served as Chairman for a $1 billion dealer buying cooperative.Mr. Daugherty sits on numerous civic boards and committees.He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management from Lewis and Clark State College.
Earlier this month, The Shaw Group ..., 31 May 2007 [cached]
Earlier this month, The Shaw Group Inc., of Baton Rouge, La., made a "mid-seven-figure" equity investment in Blue Water, and now owns nearly 20 percent of the company, says Blue Water President Tom Daugherty.This year will be Blue Water's first full year of sales, so while the' agreement is expected to result in additional sales of systems, the sales that will result this year can't be compared with revenues from last year, he says.
"In 2008, we'll have revenues stacked up to look at, and this will really accelerate us," Daugherty says.
The two companies have agreed to collaborate on engineering, design, and construction projects, and will offer entire plant retrofits to the municipal and industrial waste-water treatment markets jointly, Daugherty says.
One project they already are working on together involves upgrading a plant in Massachusetts that processes 8 million gallons of waste-water per day, he says.Part of the requirement for the project was that the vendor offer a performance guarantee and bonding for three years, which Shaw will provide.While Blue Water could have handled the project on its own, it isn't capable of doing several such projects simultaneously.
"Demand is significant, and we can't keep up with it," Daugherty says."With too many projects, it's a significant capital cost just to pay bonding fees, and Shaw brings that to the stage."
Blue Water also hopes to apply to its projects technologies Shaw is developing, he says.For instance, Shaw is developing what's called an aerobic digester that will convert bio-solids produced as a result of the waste-water treatment process into methane gas that becomes a potential power source, he says.
In August, Shaw plans to deliver to Blue Water a product it has developed called a membrane bioreactor, which grows bacteria for the bioconversion of organic waste, he says.Blue Water plans to test that product in conjunction with the technologies it currently offers.
Currently, Blue Water employs 20 people in Hayden and two people in Conroe, Texas, where late last year it bought Applied Process Technology Inc., which makes filtration equipment for the waste- water treatment industry, he says.The privately held, four-year- old company is looking to hire three employees in Hayden and has one open position in Texas.Shaw employees also are expected to work on Blue Water projects, and the company's regional sales representatives are marketing Blue Water technologies, he says.
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