ARCADIS Hires Client Development Specialist
May 26, 2009
ARCADIS (EURONEXT: ARCAD), the international consulting and engineering company, announced the hiring of Steven Kramer as senior vice president of client development in the company's Infrastructure Division.
Prior to joining ARCADIS, Mr. Kramer served as vice president of business development at Parsons Corporation and at Jacobs Engineering Inc. Additionally, he has managed more than 50 large and complex projects for municipalities, utilities and transportation authorities in North America, Europe and Asia. He is a recognized leader in the underground and trenchless industry. He holds two B.S. degrees from Washington University, one in civil engineering and the second in engineering and public policy, and received his Masters in Management from Northwestern University.
At ARCADIS, Mr. Kramer will be driving business development across the Infrastructure Division, with special emphasis placed on water and underground structures. He will also be coordinating the national activities of the firm's Technical Knowledge and Innovation service leaders. "We are pleased to welcome Steven to the ARCADIS client development team," Zack Smith, director of client development for the Infrastructure Division, stated. "His depth of experience will be integral not only to expanding our publicsector client base but also to broadening the scope of services that we provide to our clients."
ARCADIS is an international company providing consultancy, engineering and management services in infrastructure, environment and buildings, to enhance mobility, sustainability and quality of life. ARCADIS develops, designs, implements, maintains and operates projects for companies and governments. With more than 14,000 employees and more than $2 billion in gross revenue, the company has an extensive international network that is supported by strong local market positions.
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