Clock Spring Co. LP announced the promotion of Matt Boucher to president and CEO.
Boucher was recruited as executive vice president and chief operating officer in June 2016 and was elected as president and CEO at the Jan. 25 Clock Spring board of directors meeting.
“Clock Spring has a nearly 25-year track record as the industry leader in composite pipeline repair,” said James Bishop, Jr, Clock Spring chairman. “As a board, we feel that now is the time to build on that heritage, transforming the business with a focus on innovation and growth. Matt’s background makes him the ideal person to lead this transformation.”
Boucher’s career has focused on financial management and analysis, business strategy, and leading transformations. He joined Clock Spring from The Brock Group, a $1.5 billion specialty trade and maintenance services contractor to refining, petrochemical, power and industrial manufacturers. As Brock’s senior vice president, Operations and Transformation, he led transformation and service and profitability improvement initiatives for a 15,000-person field services organization and developed an understanding of the importance of asset integrity, maintenance and reliability.
Boucher holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Bentley University in Waltham, Mass. He is a Six Sigma Green Belt.
Clock Spring’s composite pipeline repair products have been deployed in 75 countries and are easy to install, cost effective to deploy and durable for decades. Clock Spring solutions also include Snap Wrap, Pipe Support, Contour and Casing Spacers, as well as training and installation service.Tags: Clock Spring, Texas