Shaw Group Executive Vice President, Graphia retires

Shaw Group Executive Vice President, Graphia retires

6:59 AM, 2nd April 2012
Shaw Group Executive Vice President, Graphia retires

BATON ROUGE, US: Gary P Graphia, Executive Vice President will retire from the Shaw Group effective from 1 May 2012. As executive vice president, Graphia has been responsible for strategic initiatives including corporate development, mergers and acquisitions and client relations. During his tenure, Shaw completed three major acquisitions including Stone & Webster in 2000. “Gary has been a vital component of Shaw’s growth and success throughout the last decade, and I am deeply grateful for his service. His vision and dedication helped establish Shaw as a leader in the engineering and construction industry,” said JM Bernhard Jr, Chairman, President and CEO, Shaw.

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