Toby Seay Named President of Bechtel’s Newly Formed Infrastructure Business

Toby-SeayBechtel has formed a new infrastructure global business unit to be led by Toby Seay as president.

The London-headquartered infrastructure business unit combines the company’s civil, water, power, aviation and rail business lines, Bechtel said Monday.

“The creation of Bechtel’s new infrastructure business leverages the iconic global presence of our civil business and the lump-sum, direct-hire EPC execution capabilities of our power business,” said Brendan Bechtel, Bechtel’s president and chief operating officer.

Peter Dawson, president of the company’s civil business, has been named head of corporate services and chief financial officer and succeeds Mike Adams, who will oversee strategic projects.

Adams will report to Bill Dudley, Bechtel’s CEO.

Bechtel also established the nuclear, security and environmental business unit to be led by Craig Albert, president of the government services business.

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