Mustang has announced the hiring of Scott Baker as vice president for new ventures and Gary Baughman as executive vice president within the Process & Industrial Business Unit. Both Baker and Baughman have strong backgrounds in the engineering and construction industy, with expertise in business development and project execution.
Baker, based in Houston, Texas, is responsible for identifying opportunities to enhance the growth of Mustang into new markets and expand existing services in current markets. With over 30 years of experience in the engineering and construction industry, he has a long track record of success and diverse industry experience, including oil and gas, pulp and paper, power generation and environmental. He previously served as an independent consultant and, prior to that, as senior vice president for engineering for CB&I. He holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Auburn University and is a registered professional engineer and a certified project manager (PMP).
Baughman, based in Greenville, S.C., is leading the business development activities for the Process & Industrial Business Unit within Mustang. Baughman has held a number of key business and sales roles for large engineering and construction firms over his 20+ year career in the industry, most recently as president of the Industrial/Process business unit at Washington Group International and, before that, various positions within Fluor Corporation. He is a graduate of Clemson University with a degree in accounting.
"Scott and Gary have demonstrated the ability to develop new businesses and successfully manage a diverse portfolio of industries and services throughout their careers," commented John W. Dalton, Sr., Mustang executive vice president. "We look forward to the contributions that they will bring to Mustang as we continue to expand our markets and services around the world."
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