Quality Companies appoints chief executive officer

Source: press release, 16 March 2020

Quality Companies CEO, John Clay Nunnally
Quality Companies CEO, John Clay Nunnally (photo: Quality Companies)

Quality Companies, the global offshore and onshore construction, fabrication and electrical and instrumentation company, has announced John Clay Nunnally will move from his role as chief financial officer (CFO) to chief executive officer (CEO).

Nunnally was previously CFO for Quality Companies and co-owner, president and CFO of Quality Companies’ Zadok Technologies, international provider of electrical and instrumentation services. The new Quality Companies management team is comprised of John Clay Nunnally, CEO, Fortunato “Tony” Martinez, president, and Scott P. LaGrange, board member. Combined, the team of seasoned industry professionals boasts more than 85 years of oil and gas experience. The trio previously worked together as the management team at Performance Energy Services in Houma, Louisiana, with Nunnally serving as CFO from 2008 until 2016.

Nunnally says, “Quality Companies continuously devotes energy and resources to solidify and expand our position within the oil and gas industry. Our goals for the future are well-defined – continued focus on quality and safety, building ever-closer relationships with employees, customers and vendors and maximising operational efficiency. In addition, our message to the world is clear: Quality Companies is active, growing and investing.”

Nunnally holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Louisiana State University, a master’s in accounting from the University of Texas and an MBA from the University of Dallas.