URS Corp. names new VP

Marc Tellier has been named vice president, Engineering Services, Private Sector Business Development, for the Infrastructure and Environment Division of URS Corp (NYSE: URS).

In his new position, Mr. Tellier will be in charge of expanding URS’ private-sector managed engineering presence in North America, Europe, China and India. URS said this includes development in various market sectors, such as general manufacturing, chemicals, industrial wastewater, boiler and cement maximum achievable control technology, and process-related facility design.

Mr. Tellier previously served as vice president for Business Development within the industrial manufacturing sector of the URS Industrial/Process Group. His background with URS includes a variety of program and operations management roles in the biopharmaceuticals and federal programs engineering and construction sectors, as well as alliance management and business development in the private sector. Prior to joining URS in 2001, he served as director of Process Engineering at Bala Consulting Engineers, and prior to that, served in various technical and business development management roles with Life Sciences International, a unit of Day & Zimmermann.

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