Our Team


  • Brad Dutruch

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    Brad Dutruch

    Chief Executive Officer


    Mr. Dutruch is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Compliance EnviroSystems, LLC (CES). He brings over twenty-five years of experience in all aspects of sewer and stormwater evaluation techniques including closed-circuit television inspection, high-pressure cleaning, dye testing, smoke testing, manhole inspections, night flow isolations and mini-camera inspections.

    Mr. Dutruch has provided overall logistics and coordination of field efforts for many Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Surveys (SSES) programs throughout the Southeastern United States. In performing these duties, Mr. Dutruch gained invaluable experience in all areas of wastewater and stormwater system evaluation.

    Mr. Dutruch served as the President of NASSCO (National Association of Sewer Service Companies) in 2010. NASSCO sets the industry standard for the rehabilitation of underground utilities. Mr. Dutruch is also a certified trainer for NASSCO’s Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP). PACP has become of paramount importance for the worldwide rehabilitation industry to ascertain critical information regarding the underground infrastructure.

    As an officer of CES, Mr. Dutruch is dedicated to assisting clients in front-end development of projects, technical assistance, and management of all aspects of sewer evaluation.

    Professional Qualifications

    Mr. Dutruch has been involved in the evaluation of over 40,000,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer and is proficient in all aspects of sanitary sewer and storm sewer cleaning and evaluation. He has managed and executed some of the largest SSES projects in the country including complex tunnel evaluations and off-road cleaning operations.

    Project Experience & Affiliations

    City of Baton Rouge Consent Decree/Asset Management, 1998-2005
    City of Atlanta Consent Decree, 2000-2010
    City of New Orleans, Katrina Recovery, 2005-2009
    City of Memphis, SARP 10, 2013-Present
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    President, National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO), 2010

  • Joshua Hardy

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    Joshua Hardy



    B.S., Civil Engineering, Louisiana State University, 1997


    Mr. Hardy’s responsibilities at CES include project management training, flow monitoring coordination, reporting, rehabilitation recommendations, and on-site project management for various sanitary and storm drain improvement projects. Mr. Hardy has extensive knowledge of pipe investigation techniques including Closed Circuit Television, high-pressure line cleaning, smoke testing, flow monitoring, dye flood testing, night flow isolation, manhole inspections, and data analysis. During his 20-year tenor with CES, Mr. Hardy has personally managed SSES projects totaling more than 10,000,000 l.f. He has worked on over 100 flow studies and I/I reductions programs throughout the Southeastern US and provides overall direction to all flow monitoring studies for CES. He has provided rehabilitation recommendations to well over 2,000,000 l.f. of pipe including disaster recovery programs with FEMA reimbursement implications. Mr. Hardy has extensive knowledge of the creation of CES’s final reports including data management, defect coding, Qa/Qc, GIS mapping, and rehabilitation recommendations. With his experience and knowledge with SSES programs, Mr. Hardy has developed CES’s internal process and procedures document for all field services, project management training, and data quality assurance/quality control program.

    Professional Qualifications

    Mr. Hardy is registered as a Professional Engineer in the State of Louisiana. He is certified in PACP, MACP, and LACP.

    Project Experience

    City of Baton Rouge, LA – Preventive Maintenance, Asset Management, SSO Program
    City of Monroe, LA – 10 Year Comprehensive Streets Improvement Program
    Hattiesburg, MS – City Wide Flow Monitoring and SSES Program
    Macon Water Authority – SSES and permanent flow monitoring programs in Macon, GA
    New Orleans, LA – CSES sewer improvement programs of numerous basins
    New Orleans, LA – Post Katrina storm drain & catch basin cleaning
    St. Bernard Parish, LA – Post Katrina sewer rehabilitation program

  • David Guillory

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    David Guillory

    Vice President of Business Development


    BS, Civil Engineering – Southern University and A&M College, 2002

    MPA, EJ Ourso College of Business – Louisiana State University, 2015


    David has over 15 years of experience in municipal infrastructure; specifically wastewater and solid waste. He served as Chief Operations Engineer and Assistant Director of the Department of Public Works in Baton Rouge, Louisiana during his 12-year career with the government. As Director of the Department of Public Works for the City of Baton Rouge, David negotiated and managed a $1.4 Billion Sewer Consent Decree program primarily focused or rehabilitation and capacity projects and managed a department of 800 employees. David saw the program from its 2005 execution until 2014 when construction was over 50% complete.

    David also managed a Wastewater collections and Treatment division with over 300 employees and 3 treatment facilities. In this role, he implemented many new treatment technologies during the rehabilitation and expansion of two treatment plants including activated sludge facilities and advanced chemical treatment processes to lower BOD & COD in effluent levels.

    Currently, David manages client development and new/potential account for CES across the United States. His duties also include contract negotiations, pricing, governmental affairs and lobbying.

    Professional Qualifications

    David is a registered engineer in Louisiana, Alabama & Tennessee. He has been honored with numerous awards including the Baton Rouge Business Report’s Top Forty Under 40 and frequently presents technical papers and presentations on the topics of I&I (inflow and infiltration) and trenchless technology. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Public Works Association (APWA) and the National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO). Locally, David is a member of the East Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport Commission and has served on numerous boards and commissions in the Baton Rouge area.

  • Ryan Cefalu

    Vice President of Technology & Data Management
  • Jason Patten

    Vice President of Operations

Business Development

  • Marty Broussard

    Business Development
  • Von Gomel

    Business Development
  • Josh Graham

    Business Development
  • Shane Sangalli

    Business Development


  • Wesley Clark

    Project Manager
  • Adam Howells

    Project Manager
  • Mike Land

    Project Manager
  • Brody Bulloch

    Equipment Manager
  • Rusty Bodin

    Cross-Bore Data Management
  • Nick Burke, PE

    Data Systems Manager
  • Derick Louis

    IT Manager
  • Justin Ayers

    Project Manager
  • Brett Bruhl

    Project Manager
  • Heather Andricain

  • Paul Bordelon

    Project Manager
  • Matt Brumfield

  • Jason Carrell

    Data Management Coordinator
  • Gerard Cruz

    Project Manager
  • Matt Daniel

    Project Manager
  • Larry Davis

    Project Manager
  • Kim Frazee

    Human Resources Manager
  • James Hagan

    Project Manager
  • Tim Jacobs

    Mechanical and Fabrication Specialist
  • Kyle Leblanc

    Project Manager
  • Shari Linson

    Project Manager
  • Tim Mack

    Safety Director/Fleet Manager
  • Mike Neisler

    Accounts Receivables
  • John Sims

    Mechanical Operations Manager
  • Andy Stutts

    Flow Monitoring Project Manager

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