Kiewit Names Four to Leadership Positions in Power Generation Group

Kiewit names four new leaders

Kiewit has promoted four new leaders within its power generation business that has provided engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services.

Tom Shelby was appointed president of Kiewit Energy Group. Since 2004, Shelby has provided senior executive oversight on a wide range of energy projects, including nuclear, gas- and coal-fired power plants.

Dave Flickinger was named executive vice president of Kiewit Energy Group and will lead teams performing power generation transmission and distribution work in North America. Flickinger started his career 23 years ago as a field engineer and moved up the ranks.

Kevin Needham was promoted to president of Kiewit Engineering & Design Co. and leads the company’s power markets and strategy group. Needham has worked at combined-cycle gas plant projects in engineering, conceptual design and management positions for more than 25 years.

John Jennings has been promoted to president of Kiewit Power Constructors Co., leading more than 2,500 people performing EPC services for power developers and utility clients on new and existing power plants, including simple and combined-cycle plants, air quality control systems, and nuclear modifications.

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