AECOM appoints Annika Moman senior vice president, power & energy services lead

LOS ANGELES (Dec. 5, 2016) — AECOM, a premier, fully integrated global infrastructure firm, announced today that Annika Moman has been named power & energy (P&E) business line lead within design consulting services (DCS) Americas, effective immediately.

In this role, Ms. Moman will lead the P&E business line in the U.S. She is charged with implementing an integrated growth strategy that engages the talented professionals working throughout this strategic business line. Additionally, Ms. Moman will continue to lead AECOM’s energy savings performance contracting (ESPC) group, which develops, designs, implements and operates alternatively financed energy efficiency projects that save money and achieve other goals for federal, municipal and private sector clients.

“I have full confidence in Annika’s ability to implement our P&E growth strategy while partnering with her colleagues to advance this important business line,” said AECOM’s Fred Werner, group president, design and consulting services. “Annika brings a wealth of experience matched with a strong understanding of client service that will move this team forward in the industry and grow the business.”

Ms. Moman has been with AECOM for nine years and has over 12 years of experience in management and engineering of energy efficiency and renewable projects. She is a graduate of the US Naval Academy (B.S. Mechanical Engineering) and San Diego State University (M.S. Mechanical Engineering). Ms. Moman previously served as a logistics officer in the US Marine Corps where she commanded combat service support units across the globe.

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