August 26, 2013
New executive for SNC-Lavalin
SNC-Lavalin has announced the appointment of Hisham Mahmoud to the newly created role of group president, infrastructure.
The Qatar and U.S.-educated engineer was hired away from rival AMEC.
Mahmoud, 47, will oversee all global infrastructure and related businesses, including transportation, operations and maintenance.
Before joining AMEC in 2010, he worked 19 years at URS where he played a leadership role in their infrastructure business.
He has more than 23 years experience with multinational engineering and construction companies, particularly in the transportation, water, buildings, facilities, industrial and commercial, environmental and government sectors.
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