Expansion is Underway to Meet Interest in Complete Visibility
SediVision, LLC, has brought on a seasoned aquatic projects manager and business development specialist to serve as General Manager, leading all aspects of operations, production, and sales. David Graves, a Florida native with a career in hydrographic survey, will be managing a growing team at SediVision, LLC.
“SediVision, LLC is offering complete visibility and predictive maintenance solutions that the wastewater industry has never had, it’s like an MRI for wastewater tanks,” said Denver J. Stutler, Jr., CEO at SediVision, LLC. “Our company has experience bringing revolutionary solutions to market and this patent-pending technology requires innovation and thought leadership from a General Manager that can meet our customers where they are. David’s specialized background and unique skills are a vital addition to managing our talented and growing team. We expect this momentum to continue as the features and benefits of SediVision are made available to engineers and wastewater managers across the United States.”
A graduate of Texas A&M University at Galveston with a bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology, David Graves is no stranger to seeing in dark water. He’s studied benthic habitats in the muddy waters of all the major bay systems along the Gulf Coast and has managed assessments of inland and marine water bodies.
“I’m excited to have the opportunity to permeate such an exceptional and useful service as SediVision into the wastewater industry,” said David Graves, General Manager at SediVision, LLC. “I have utilized various applications of remote sensing equipment in my professional career to see what’s under dark water in oceans, rivers, lakes, and ponds. SediVision offers a unique opportunity to obtain complete visibility where there has never been any, in wastewater tanks, and I look forward to growing our services and meeting industry interest.”
David is passionate about the environment and community involvement. He serves as Chair of the Volunteer Services Committee for the Tampa Bay Association of Environmental Professionals and participates in community service projects including coastal and river cleanups, shoreline restoration, and volunteering at the local food pantry.
David and his wife, Carrie, enjoy the small-town life of Dunedin with their two dogs and cat.