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Broomfield’s MWH Constructors Adds Three New Executives

October 4, 2018

Marco Aieta

MWH Constructors of Broomfield has made three additions to its executive management team. Neil Tunmore has been named chief operating officer, Marco Aieta was appointed global director of engineering, and Russ Heinsen is the new chief information officer.

MWHC is a global construction firm focused on water and energy.

Tunmore, previously employed with Intel Corp. for more than 30 years, will provide strategic oversight of the firm’s global operations, helping MWHC set and meet long-term objectives that align with a commitment to serving as a top-tier project delivery solutions provider.

He is known for reducing costs, improving performance and setting long-term vision and strategy that help companies achieve quality results, as well as providing hands-on support to build motivated teams and customer partnerships.

Tunmore will split his time between Broomfield and Stayton, Oregon.

In the newly-created role of global director of engineering, Aieta will look to better position MWHC as the leading provider of customized project delivery solutions, particularly in design-build.

He has more than 30 years experience in alternative delivery and project management, most recently serving as chief engineer for Corona Environmental Consulting, and has been involved in the design of more than 50 water, wastewater and water reuse treatment plants worldwide.

Aieta is an internationally recognized expert known for working with clients to develop solutions for resiliency, regulatory and infrastructure challenges in the water, wastewater, and water reuse markets, and will be based in Broomfield.

Heinsen will be responsible for leading MWHC’s global information technology efforts and is set to start the role this month.

He spent the last 30 years at Intel Corp., growing with the company in positions of increased challenge and complexity, including various roles in finance, software development, ERP implementation, production support, process re-engineering, and enterprise/solution architecture.

Heinsen led the Finance IT organization, overseeing worldwide development and production support for all Intel Financial systems. Additionally, he launched a Project Management Office responsible for process re-engineering and technology solutions for worldwide facility operations.

“We’re pleased to expand our executive team to include some of the industry’s top professionals with strong expertise,” said Blair Lavoie, president of MWHC. “We look to our executive team to serve as leaders in meeting our goal of being a top engineering and construction services provider to deliver solutions for our clients.”

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