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Stuart Bradie Takes President, CEO Roles at KBR

kbr logoStuart Bradie has taken the president and CEO roles at global engineering contractor KBR (NYSE: KBR) nearly two months after the company announced him as the successor to William Utt.

KBR said Tuesday the 25-year industry veteran will be based out of the company’s Houston global headquarters and lead its 27, 000 employees around the world.

Bradie most recently served as group managing director for operations and delivery at WorleyParsons, where he oversaw project delivery and assurance after a prior role as managing director for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia operations.

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