Haiti Recovery & Development Company Announces Rocha Controls Strategic Partnership
HR&DC CEO Jim Lange Announces Rocha Controls Alliance for master plan to build 5 Cities for Haiti and its citizens.
Jan. 6, 2011 – Tampa, Fla, – Haiti Recovery & Development Company (HR&DC) a Tampa, Florida company committed to building “5 cities 4 Haiti” through the creation, implementation and management of a comprehensive recovery and development program for Haiti (Haiti’s version of The Marshall Plan), today announced a strategic alliance with Rocha Controls. Via the terms of the partnership, Rocha Controls will provide wastewater treatment applications, including shop drawings, UL Control panel fabrication, HMI/PLC programming, instrumentation repair, maintenance and calibration, radio frequency path studies, installation supervision, testing, startup, training and O&M manual preparation as well as consulting, construction management or design assistance for HR&DC’s master plan for Haiti.
“Rocha Controls is looking forward to building a New Haiti by combining resources with the HR&DC alliance partnership, said Rocha Controls Founder Raymond Rocha. “We believe in the vision that has bought the partnership together and are exceptionally fortunate to be an integral part of such a forward thinking group of professionals.”
“Rocha Controls is a leader in water and wastewater treatment applications, and their experience will prove invaluable as we confront Haiti’s long-standing water challenges,” said HR&DC CEO Jim Lange. ”With our corporate mission calling for the establishment of 5 new cities throughout Haiti, and given Haiti’s current and historical water and sanitation crisis’, water represents a critical path component to Haiti’s emergence into the modern world. As a result, I am pleased to announce the addition of Raymond Rocha and his associates onto our team. Raymond Rocha is a gifted professional and I fully expect his contribution will become substantial in the months and years to come.”
About The Haitian Recovery & Development Company:
Founded in January 2010, Haiti Recovery & Development Company, LLC interacts with a multitude of individuals, companies and government agencies with one simple goal: To assist Haiti and its citizens through its present struggles, until such a time as they can make do on their own.
It is the mission of HR&DC to assist with the creation of an economic engine whereby self-reliance is ultimately possible for Haiti and its people. The company is committed to the creation, implementation and management of a comprehensive recovery and development program (Haiti’s version of The Marshall Plan). Through strategic alliance partnerships with charitable and for-profit organizations, leading governments and international institutions & agencies, the company will foster a new sense of nationalism, educate and train the Haitian citizenry, teach the values and scope of a free market economy, and combine the strengths of many to achieve real and lasting prosperity. For further details about the Haiti Recovery & Development Company and its goal for a Haitian Renaissance log on to http://thehaitianrenaissance.com
About Rocha Controls:
Founded in 1997, Rocha Controls, a Tampa, Florida based corporation, is a full-service systems integrator specializing in water and wastewater treatment applications. Rocha also has extensive experience in a wide variety of industrial process applications and custom database development to provide sophisticated automatic process control and reporting. They have completed hundreds of projects worth over $37M. With annual sales exceeding $3.5 Million, Rocha Controls has adequate financial, infrastructure and human resources to be uniquely positioned to provide the highest quality services at a competitive price on both large and small projects. They accomplish this by having working principals, low overhead and an ability to outperform competitors by efficient and hard work from dedicated engineers with vast experience in the specific hardware and software technologies used in these markets.
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