AECOM, a leading infrastructure consulting firm, recently appointed Greg Quandt for the position of Environment Regional Business Line Lead for Canada. Based out of AECOM’s Burnaby, British Columbia office, Quandt will be responsible for developing and executing the regional growth strategy, managing key client accounts, overseeing top-line revenues, and ensuring quality and safety.
“We are thrilled to welcome Greg to our team, his wealth of experience will contribute significantly to our work in the environmental sector,” said Richard Barrett, chief executive for AECOM’s Canada region. “He is a growth-oriented leader passionate about our clients, safety, inclusion, and creating career opportunities for AECOM’s industry-leading professionals.”
Quandt brings nearly 30 years of experience in the environmental services industry, including tenure with AECOM legacy companies URS (Washington, D.C.) and Gartner Lee (Burnaby, BC).
Greg Quandt is AECOM’s Environment Regional Business Line Lead for Canada. (Credit: AECOM.)
“I am excited to step into this new role where I’ll be working with our staff to solve our clients’ most complex environmental challenges,” said Quandt. “I look forward to growing diverse teams of environmental specialists and delivering innovative solutions for our clients’ transformative environmental projects. I am particularly focused on tailoring our Sustainable Legacies strategy to align with the environmental, social and governance priorities in Canada, forging partnerships with local stakeholders, and championing sustainable practices that resonate with the Canadian context.”
Quandt is committed to supporting numerous groups through community service including, Habitat for Humanity, Canucks for Kids, United Way, and YWCA, where he leverages his deep industry knowledge to help these organizations achieve their missions and create a positive impact. He has also provided support to environmental projects with the Musqueam, Haisla, Lower Nicola Indian Band, and Squamish Nations, emphasizing his strong commitment to enhancing the well-being of local communities.
AECOM’s projects span transportation, buildings, water, new energy and the environment, for the public and private sector. The Fortune 500 firm and its Professional Services business had revenue of $13.1 USD billion in fiscal year 2022.
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