BROOMFIELD, Colo. — MWH Global has named Todd Larson as its global project delivery director of engineering and quality, to boost the team of professionals in the design, construction and delivery of infrastructure projects, according to a press release.
Larson, rejoining MWH Global after eight years with Black & Veatch, will provide leadership to the global delivery group, focusing on “design excellence within the construction design-build operations” in his new position as director of engineering and quality, stated the release.
Based out of the Broomfield headquarters, Larson will also oversee U.S. and U.K. design teams, estimating support teams as well as startup, commissioning and quality, continued the release.
He has over 27 years of experience in the design and construction of wastewater and water projects, with expertise in all aspects of project delivery, procurement, commissioning, design, construction and startup, as well as operations for projects from $8 million to over $342 million, noted the release.
“Todd Larson brings exceptional expertise, market understanding and leadership to the MWH Constructors team,” said MWH Constructors President Blair Lavoie. “Our goal is to deliver high quality design and construction, focusing on the water and energy sectors, to our clients in the safest manner possible.”
You can find the release here.