The Bechtel Infrastructure GBU will help the company to integrate its services and create a full suite of infrastructure offerings within one unit. Toby Seay, president of Bechtel’s power business, will become president of the Infrastructure GBU, which will be headquartered in London. Peter Dawson, president of Bechtel’s civil business, will become the head of corporate services and chief financial officer. Dawson succeeds Mike Adams, who will lead new strategic projects reporting to the chief executive officer.
The new business unit will operate through several business lines: Power, which includes thermal, renewables, steam and transmission; Civil-Americas, Civil-EAM, Civil Asia Pacific and Water combine communications market sector with hydro, roads, bridges and urban developments, as well as big water projects and associated scope. The other units are Aviation and Rail.
Bechtel also created a new unit, the Nuclear, Security & Environment (NS&E), which combines the government and commercial nuclear businesses. NS&E will operate through four global business lines: Nuclear security & operations, nuclear power, defense & security and environmental. Craig Albert, president of the government services business, will lead the NS&E.
Subscribe to Power Engineering magazine