Argus News

Argus Opens Miami Office to Serve Florida and Latin America

In January 2016, Argus opened a satellite office in Miami, Florida, to better serve its Latin American clients and the Florida aviation fueling market. Jorge Rodriguez, P.E., CxA, Director of Latin American Operations, will manage the Miami office.  Rodriguez is a licensed professional mechanical engineer and project manager with more than 20 years experience.  His […]

McGuire Joins Argus Team

Old Crow Airport Enjoys Community’s New Fuel Depot

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Argus Opens West Coast Office, Expands Service Portfolio

Argus Consulting has expanded its operations to better serve West Coast aviation, railroad and oil and gas clients. Dan Liss, a 30-year veteran of pipeline and fuel storage facility management, will lead the Phoenix area operations as Director of Asset Management Services.   The proximity of the new office, located in Mesa, Arizona, means Argus […]

Liss Hired to lead New Asset Management Services

Argus Consulting is pleased to announce the recent hire of Dan Liss as Argus’ new Director of Asset Management Services. He is a 30-year veteran of pipeline and fuel storage facility management with extensive experience in corrosion and asset management. Mr. Liss will lead Argus’ west coast operations from our new office located in Phoenix, […]

New Vice President of Operations Announced

Argus Consulting has announced the promotion of Kristin Eder, P.E., REM to Vice President of Operations.  In this newly-created position, Eder will be responsible for the successful execution and scheduling of projects and deliverables, monitoring staff utilization, managing firm technology, maintaining health and safety procedures and establishing company standards. Eder joined Argus in February 2000 […]

Dallas Love Fields – Post-Wright Amendment

In October, the last eight of 20 new gates at Dallas Love Field (DAL) opened for business. To service the new gates, the Dallas Department of Aviation and Southwest Airlines partnered to install an $11.6 million fuel hydrant system. Both projects were carefully timed to coincide with the much-anticipated expiration of the Wright Amendment. Passed […]

Contingency Planning – Tucson International

Over the past decade, the main terminal apron at Tucson International Airport (TUS) was beginning to require heavy maintenance. Cracking pavement was creating debris and the subsequent risk of foreign object damage for aircraft engines. Maintenance personnel at the Arizona airport were consequently spending a lot of time patching the approximately 50-year-old pavement. “It had […]

Oakland International

Oakland International Contends with Wetlands, Endangered Species and Seismic Risk at new Fuel Farm “Building a fuel tank farm isn’t sexy; it just needs to be done,” says Tom McCartin, chairman of Oakland Fuel Facilities Corporation (OFFC) at California’s Oakland International Airport. With 15 carriers uploading an estimated 117 million gallons of jet fuel in […]