Donald Graul Adds Role as Parsons Transportation Group Interim President

Donald Graul
Donald Graul

Donald Graul has been named interim president of Parsons transportation group in addition to his role as president of Parsons construction group.

Graul will be based in Denver, Colorado, and oversee Parson's construction and infrastructure business, Parsons said Monday.

“He has nine years of experience with Parsons, having worked in both our construction and transportation business units, and he will continue to contribute to the success of our construction and infrastructure business,” said Chuck Harrington, Parsons’ chairman and CEO.

Parsons transportation group provides management, engineering and planning services to transportation customers in both the public and private sectors.

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