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New president appointed of Aegion’s Corrosion Protection platform

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Aegion Corporation announced that Brian Groody has joined Aegion as President of its Corrosion Protection platform.

Groody will have full P&L responsibility for the Corrosion Protection platform, which generated over US$400 million in revenues in 2017. He will also focus on enhancing operational discipline while developing the platform’s long-term strategy.

Groody most recently served as Executive Vice President of Operations at Strike, LLC, a large midstream engineering and construction firm, where he was responsible for leadership of their pipeline equipment business. Prior to Strike, Groody was President and CEO of Spitzer Industries where he led the company’s growth strategy in the upstream, midstream and downstream energy construction markets. Groody’s career began with Schlumberger Oilfield Services where he held a variety of leadership roles in the US, Africa, Europe, Latin America, Russia and Central Asia over a 17 year period, culminating with responsibility for operations in the Offshore Russia and Central Asia areas.

Charles R. Gordon, Aegion’s President and CEO said: “Brian’s broad global experience in the oil and gas industry, focus on customer relationships and disciplined approach to achieving strategic goals uniquely qualify him for the role of Corrosion Protection President. I am confident that Brian’s leadership, combined with the depth of the Corrosion Protection management team, position the platform for success in 2018 and beyond.”

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