Quality Companies appoints new vice president of operations for Zadok Technologies

Source: press release, 25 March 2020

Zadok Technologies vice president of operations, Wayne Lacey
Zadok Technologies vice president of operations, Wayne Lacey (photo: Quality Companies)

Quality Companies, the global offshore and onshore construction, fabrication and electrical and instrumentation company, has appointed Wayne Lacey as vice president of operations for Zadok Technologies.

Based in Houston, Lacey will be responsible for supervising and managing the sustainability and profitability of all of Zadok Technologies’ operational procedures.

Lacey joins Zadok Technologies from his role as president of Cotech IRM Services Inc., where he was responsible for the company’s launch and successful growth since 2007. Previously, he served in a number of project and operational management roles in the oil and gas industry around the globe. Lacey holds a degree in psychology from the University of Phoenix.

Clay Nunnally, CEO, Quality Companies, says, “Wayne brings a wealth of leadership, project management and problem solving skills to Zadok Technologies, having previously grown a start-up company into a successful, multi-million dollar corporation. His entrepreneurial spirit, along with his global breadth of experience, promises to bring great value to the Zadok Technologies brand. We welcome him to the leadership team.”

Lacey comments, “Having successfully managed people, projects and assets across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, I am excited to now bring my experiences to Zadok Technologies – an international leader in instrumentation and electrical, testing and inspection, fabrication and telecommunication services. I look forward to the challenges and triumphs that lie ahead.”