Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Tulsa's Fastest Profile: Air Hygiene International Inc., No. 17

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Tulsa's Fastest Profile: Air Hygiene International Inc., No. 17

Article excerpt

Brothers Quinn A. Bierman and R. Swanson Bierman launched their third-party compliance emissions testing company out of a 400- square-foot back bedroom and garage in 1997 with two employees.

Air Hygiene International was established to provide emissions testing services for combustion turbines and engines. The Broken Arrow-based company began testing natural gas-fired turbines and engines across Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Missouri, Colorado, and Wyoming. The first year of business included over 200 natural gas fired engines tested with the original Air Hygiene mobile testing laboratory.

As 1998 approached, Air Hygiene expanded its client base to include the power industry, testing natural gas-fired combustion turbine generators. Since then, the company has added more than 50 employees and 30 combustion testing laboratories as well as regional offices in Fort Worth, Texas, and Shreveport, Louisiana. …

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