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Former SNC-Lavalin exec hired to lead engineering firm Golder

Hisham Mahmoud had been president of SNC's infrastructure arm since joining the company in 2013

April 28, 2015  by Canadian Press

MONTREAL—A former senior executive from SNC-Lavalin has been named president and chief executive of Golder Associates, a global consulting and engineering firm.

Hisham Mahmoud, who had been president of SNC’s infrastructure arm since joining the company in 2013, will be head of an Atlanta, Ga.-based, employee-owned organization with 180 offices worldwide and about 7,000 employees.

Prior to joining Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin, Mahmoud had been at AMEC, where he had been responsible for mining, oil and gas, power, environment and infrastructure business in several regions outside Western Europe and the Americas.

Mahmoud’s departure from SNC-Lavalin was announced last week as part of a reorganization of senior management.


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