AECOM appoints Pierre Tremblay as president and chief executive officer of its Canadian nuclear power group

TORONTO — (Feb. 23, 2018) — AECOM, a premier, fully integrated global infrastructure firm, announced the appointment of Pierre Tremblay as president and chief executive officer (CEO) of AECOM Canada Nuclear Operations (ACNO).

In this new position, Mr. Tremblay will focus on expanding the firm’s expertise and service delivery in the Canadian nuclear power market. He will work to achieve these goals by driving performance; maintaining client, community and regulatory authority relationships; and diversifying the firm’s project portfolio. The appointment strengthens AECOM’s executive leadership team in Canada and the business development efforts in the nuclear power market.

Mr. Tremblay brings a wealth of nuclear power plant operations experience to this new position. His knowledge is complemented by his past leadership roles in training, maintenance and nuclear waste management. A thought-leader, community-oriented citizen and inducted fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, Mr. Tremblay is the former chief nuclear operating officer for Ontario Power Generation (OPG), Ontario’s largest power utility. He was also formerly a president of OPG’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Canadian Nuclear Partners.

“Pierre is a highly-respected and influential professional with an impressive track record of success in the nuclear power business,” said Doug Allingham, AECOM’s executive vice president, Canada. “The increasing demand for cutting-edge expertise to respond to environmental challenges and sustainability needs, such as facilities security and public safety, positions AECOM as a leader on the nuclear power market. Pierre’s leadership will be instrumental in tackling and responding to these challenges and needs while optimizing project execution.”

Mr. Tremblay will be supported by a strong ACNO leadership and technical team, including Carl Daniel as chief nuclear engineer and Marvin Stemeroff as operations manager, as well as by numerous subject matter experts from across AECOM’s related business and operating groups.

With extensive nuclear experience, especially in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, the firm can leverage its extensive global network of waste treatment and facility management expertise to support future repository design and construction, and facilitate plant support capacity growth while protecting the social and natural environment.

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