ampCNG adds personnel

March 23, 2015

Natural gas firm ampCNG has hired three people, including a new CFO.

Saad Qais has joined the company as chief financial officer. Also, Grant Zimmerman has been named senior vice president of business development and Sam Bramfeld has joined as real estate project manager.

ampCNG is building a nationwide network of compressed natural gas stations. The company’s recent station opening in Jacksonville, FL, marked its 19th CNG station nationwide, and ampCNG plans to open several more stations this year.

“We are thrilled to welcome Saad, Grant and Sam to the ampCNG team. All three bring a wealth of industry experience to the company and we are confident that ampCNG will continue to grow with the help of these talented individuals,” said Donna Rolf, president.

Previously, Saad was vice president of corporate finance at Mainstream Renewable Power.

Zimmerman was an associate principal at McKinsey & Company’s Chicago office where he served clients in the energy industry across topics in strategy, operations, and corporate finance from 2007 to 2015.

Prior to joining ampCNG, Bramfeld spent six years at JMC Engineers & Associates, an outside plant, telecommunications engineering firm in Northern Indiana, where he served as the Lead Right of Way Agent.

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