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Louis Berger Appoints Nicholas Masucci Chairman, James Stamatis CEO

Nicholas Masucci
Nicholas Masucci

Nicholas Masucci, Louis Berger president and CEO, will transition into the board chairman at the company after board of directors approved a leadership succession plan.

James Stamatis, current president of the firm’s international operating company, will succeed Masucci as president and CEO on July 1, Louis Berger said Monday.

James Stamatis
James Stamatis

As president of Louis Berger’s international operating company since 2012, Stamatis oversees strategies and operations of the regional divisions and supervises the modernization programs across the operation.

Stamatis previously led the U.S. operations segment of Louis Berger.

Thomas Topolski, executive vice president and managing director for the Middle East and North Africa since 2012, will be appointed as the international president and be based in Paris.

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