Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. says that it will move to a new leadership structure organized around four global lines of business. These changes are designed to better serve the needs of our global client base, leverage our talented workforce and provide enhanced growth opportunities across the business.
The four global lines of business are:
• Petroleum & Chemicals – J. Gary Mandel will become president of this line of business. Petroleum & Chemicals will serve Jacobs’ clients around the globe in oil & gas, refining and chemicals related opportunities.
• Buildings & Infrastructure – Phillip J. Stassi will become president of this line of business. This change will allow Jacobs to better leverage its buildings and infrastructure capabilities to take advantage of the growth opportunities in this global market.
• Aerospace & Technology – Terence D. Hagen will become president of this line of business. It will serve Jacobs’ global aerospace, defense and nuclear clients.
• Industrial – Andrew F. Kremer will become president of this line of business. Industrial will cover mining & metals, inorganic chemicals, pulp & paper and manufacturing clients. As part of the Industrial line of business, Jacobs is creating a Life Sciences global business unit. Robert G. Norfleet will become senior vice president and general manager of this new unit. Life Sciences will serve Jacobs’ global clients in the pharma-bio space as well as in related biologic areas.