Jacobs Vet Eric Dillinger Joins Woolpert as Strategic Consulting VP, Managing Director

Eric Dillinger

Eric Dillinger, former vice president of buildings and infrastructure for the Americas region at Jacobs Engineering Group‘s consultancy practice, has been named VP and managing director of the strategic consulting business at Woolpert.

He brings more than 30 years of infrastructure and built environment planning, design, consulting and advisory experience to his new position, Woolpert said Friday.

Scott Cattran, president and CEO of Woolpert, said the company hired Dillinger to expand its consulting services across the transportation, aviation, facilities and buildings, water, energy and federal markets.

Dillinger previously served as VP, principal and national director at Carter & Burgess, an engineering and architectural firm that Jacobs acquired in late 2007.

He received the Chairman’s Citation award from the International Facility Management Association in 2015.

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