SNC Lavalin to create new major business unit, reassigns execs
by the CANADIAN PRESS
Creation of new Resources and Environment business unit among changes
TORONTO—SNC-Lavalin is shaking up its senior management team and creating a new organizational structure for the global engineering company.
Among the changes is the creation of a new Resources and Environment business unit.
The unit will be headed by Neil Bruce, a former operations chief at AMEC.
Patrick Lamarre, who has been executive vice-president of SNC’s global power division, has resigned but will remain available to the company until June 1.
The changes were announced by Robert Card, who was appointed CEO in October as the Montreal-based company struggles with a series of financial scandals.