8 – 10 March 2022 | Rotterdam Ahoy

Timothy Curl.

Global Industrial Advisor, Engel & Völkers Houston.

Global Energy Recovery Systems (GERS, LLC) is proud to present Mr. Timothy C. Curl as our Chief Executive Officer. He is also the managing partner of Redfish Barge and Fleeting Services, LLC and an industrial real estate specialist with the international real estate firm Engel & Völkers Houston.

Mr. Curl has extensive experience in the marine environmental waste management industry, in small company corporate management, and in industrial real estate property sales and management. He is a graduate of Jones Real Estate College in Houston, Texas. Timothy has completed the executive-level Certificate Program in Accounting for non-accounting executives through Michigan State University. Timothy has his Texas Real Estate license for the purpose of the expected growth and business expansion occurring inside the Louisiana & Texas industrial corridors.

Mr. Curl’s early career involved the development and sales of residential housing subdivisions and in multi-family residential and commercial real estate. He has over ten years’ experience in these areas. He later transitioned to the construction industry, and for many years owned and operated a general construction business. For the past seventeen years, Mr. Curl has been in the environmental and marine services industry. He founded Global Environmental & Marine Services, a limited liability company that provided wastewater treatment and solid waste removal services for ships and barges in the Port of Corpus Christi, in 2005. He served as its president until the company was eventually acquired by Nature Environmental & Marine Services, whose ownership invited him to stay on in the capacity of its Chief Executive Officer.

During this time, he worked with major ocean-going vessel owners and managers in major ports along the Texas Gulf. He next co-founded Redfish Barge and Fleeting Services and currently serves as its managing partner. Mr. Curl has extensive experience working with federal regulatory agencies, including the U.S. Coast Guard, US Department of Agriculture, US Department of Transportation, US Department of Energy, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and the Texas General Land Office. As such, his expertise in environmental and regulatory are invaluable in crafting GERS’s strategic plans for future business pursuits.

Timothy Curl