As Safety Manager, Nall is responsible for transportation safety involving Cherry’s five stabilized plants, four recycling centers and its portable crushing operations.
He holds a Certified Fleet Safety (CFS) certification from Texas A&M University and North Texas State University. In 2003, the Texas Motor Transportation Association named him Safety Professional of the Year in fleet safety.
Previously, he worked for 34 years as Safety Director for Dorsett Brothers Concrete in Pasadena, Texas. Today, he serves on the speaker’s bureau of the Texas Motor Transportation Association and also is treasurer and a board member of the Pasadena Citizens Police Alumni Association.
Cherry is a recycling and demolition company based in Houston, Texas. Founded in 1952, Cherry specializes in the removal of all types of structures—from highways and bridges, industrial plants and commercial buildings to residences through demolition and other deconstruction techniques. In addition, Cherry is one of the largest recyclers in Texas and the Gulf Coast. Recycling more than a million tons of concrete and asphalt and thousands of tons of steel every year, Cherry also recycles residential composition asphalt shingles and tires. Recycled concrete, asphalt and shingles are used primarily in road and highway projects while re-claimed steel ends up in thousands of new metal products. Recycled tires become a source for alternative fuel. Cherry produces more than a million tons of stabilized materials annually in the Greater Houston area for use in everything from parking lots and underground utilities to pipeline support and storm sewers. For more information, see www.cherrycompanies.com.