Parsons Unveils 5-Unit Structure, Mary Ann Hopkins to Head Federal Org; Chuck Harrington Comments

ParsonsParsons has formed five business units under a new program that seeks to create growth opportunities for the company and help with the delivery of services to clients.

Chuck Harrington, Parsons’ chairman and CEO, said Monday the Forward “initiative is an important step in enhancing the effectiveness of our company, making us more agile in responding to the needs of our customers.

Mary Ann Hopkins
Mary Ann Hopkins

Mary Ann Hopkins, president of Parsons’ government services unit at Parsons, will lead the company’s federal unit that will focus on government agencies in the defense, security, environmental and infrastructure sectors.

Mike Walsh, a group president at Parsons, will head the industrial unit; and Don Graul will lead the construction division that will work to use alternative project delivery approaches to civil construction projects.

Gary Adams will concentrate on the delivery of services to highways and infrastructure market clients as unit head for the Middle East and African regions.

Mike Johnson, an executive vice president at Parsons, will lead the infrastructure unit that serves infrastructure sector clients in North America.

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