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Bruce Stanski Appointed Fluor CFO; Thomas D’Agostino Named Govt Business President

Bruce Stanski

Bruce Stanski, president of Fluor‘s (NYSE: FLR) government group since March 2009, has been promoted to chief financial officer of the Irving, Texas-based construction and engineering services contractor in a move that takes effect Aug. 4.

Fluor said Tuesday Stanski will oversee the company’s finance, audit, investor relations, compliance, ethics and merger-and-acquisition functions as CFO.

He will succeed Biggs Porter, who will serve as an adviser on Fluor-backed nuclear technology provider NuScale Power and in other capacities after Porter retires from the CFO post.

“[Stanski’s] appointment to this vital and critical role ensures a seamless transition for Fluor while capitalizing on his clear understanding of Fluor’s strengths and challenges along with his broad and deep industry experience and knowledge,” said Fluor Chairman and CEO David Seaton.

In his current role, Stanski is responsible for the sales and delivery of value-added services to government agencies such as the departments of Defense, Energy, State and Homeland Security.

Stanski joined Fluor from KBR (NYSE: KBR) where he held various roles of increasing responsibility such as president of the government and infrastructure division; senior vice president and CFO; vice president of strategic planning; and shared services VP.

Thomas D’Agostino

Thomas D’Agostino, SVP of strategic planning and development at Fluor’s government business, will succeed Stanski as head of the unit.

The 36-year government service veteran currently serves on NuScale Power’s board of directors and previously served as undersecretary for nuclear security and administrator at the National Nuclear Security Administration.

Before he became NNSA chief, D’Agostino worked as the agency’s deputy administrator for defense programs, helped establish DOE’s tritium production reactors and managed the Naval Sea Systems Command’s SEAWOLF submarine propulsion system program.

He is a former Naval Reserve captain who spent eight years on active duty.

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