KBR announces expected management changes
David Zimmerman has been appointed to the new position of KBR group president for Australia-Asia, in this new role, David will serve as KBR’s principal executive in the region, serving as the company’s executive leader for regional corporate, political and regulatory relations, as well as supporting KBR’s Business Units in their key sales efforts and project executions.
Incoming KBR group president - David Zimmerman
David will also have responsibility for increasing stakeholder engagement and alignment to ensure KBR’s corporate strategic initiatives are designed and executed throughout the region.
“David’s appointment reflects the strategic importance of the Australia-Asia region to KBR and represents the next step in our continuing transformation to have a more global footprint. David’s experience and his demonstrated ability to advance our interests across Australia make him uniquely qualified to assume this new role,” said Bill Utt, KBR Chairman, President and CEO.
Additionally, Ivor Harrington has joined the company as KBR’s Services Group President. Ivor brings 25 years of experience in the construction, maintenance and project management industry. Most recently, he served as Executive Vice President and Group Chief Executive Officer, Global Infrastructure for Harsco Corporation where his responsibilities included leading multinational infrastructure operations that provide engineered concrete forming, scaffolding and other access products and services to the worldwide industrial and civil works construction and plant maintenance markets.
For more information visit: www.kbr.com
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