Jacobs Strengthens Global Program Management with Appointment of Imad Feghali
DALLAS — Jacobs (NYSE: J) has announced the appointment of Imad Feghali as Senior Vice President for Global Program Management. Mr. Feghali is responsible for expanding Jacobs’ Global Program Management portfolio and delivery of large, complex programs and projects.
“As clients across the public-private spectrum modernize and expand their infrastructure to meet growing demand and global trends, they need a partner with deep experience delivering large and complex programs,” said Jacobs EVP & President Patrick Hill. “Imad brings a great blend of operational and sales experience with proven success leading major, global infrastructure programs.”
“I am delighted to lead Jacobs’ Global Program Management offering and look forward to working with our team to further expand our services with strategic clients across multiple sectors,” added Jacobs Senior Vice President for Global Program Management Imad Feghali.
Mr. Feghali assumes responsibility for Jacobs’ major programs portfolio inclusive of large scale, critical infrastructure programs like the Thames Tideway Tunnel in London, Grand Central Madison in New York City, the Pure Water Project Las Virgenes-Triunfo water reuse program in southern California, and the Central Interceptor Wastewater Project in Auckland, New Zealand.
Jacobs is the No. 1 program management firm globally for the third consecutive year according to Engineering News-Record. Widely considered the industry benchmark, the annual ENR list ranks the largest firms, both publicly and privately held, based on agency program management fees for major and mega infrastructure delivery programs.
Mr. Feghali has more than 22 years of experience with Jacobs, serving in various leadership roles, including Senior Vice President and Regional Director for Jacobs’ Buildings & Infrastructure Business in the Americas and Vice President and Regional Director for the Middle East.
Mr. Feghali is based in Jacobs’ Irvine office in California.
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