Andrew Krueger has been appointed vice president of performance for Transdev. Krueger has moved up in the ranks of Transdev leadership during the 10 years he has spent with the company. His key responsibilities will include the development of strategic performance improvement programs, processes and tools for the transit business. Krueger holds a 30-plus year career in public transit.
“Andrew’s Transdev experience, along with his complementary work outside the organization, whether at Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Trucking, Trapeze Software, DARTS and Metro Mobility, has set him up with the qualities and skill set we believe will make him successful in this key role on my team, during this pivotal time in our organization," said Susan Sweat, Transdev’s CEO for transit.
Nossaman has named Elizabeth Cousins as its new chair of the company’s infrastructure group.
Cousins will be taking over for Patrick Harder, effective Jan. 1, 2024. She joined the Nossaman company in 2014 from Clayton Utz Lawyers, a prominent Australian law firm particularly known for its infrastructure practice. In this new position, Cousins will be continuing to grow the group’s water / wastewater practice, further expanding the infrastructure group’s footprint into emerging infrastructure practice fields, such as renewable energy, electric and autonomous vehicles and other green technologies and attracting and retaining best-in-class, diverse attorneys that will benefit the group’s clients.
“I am excited for this opportunity to lead the one of the best practices of its kind in the world, a group I left Australia to join almost 10 years ago. I am humbled by the faith the firm has placed in me,” Cousins said. “I am fortunate to follow in Patrick’s footsteps. Patrick has been an extraordinary leader for the group during the past 12 years—growing its headcount significantly, creating a diverse, dynamic working environment and enhancing the group’s reputation in the Infrastructure and P3 fields. I am committed to building on his accomplishments.”
Stephen Zamansky has joined REV Group’s leadership team as senior vice president / general counsel. Zamansky will be assuming the responsibilities of Paul Robinson, who has served as interim general counsel since April 2023.
“Appointing Steve to lead our legal team is an important milestone for REV Group,” said Mark Skonieczny, CEO, REV Group. “He has a strong history of transforming businesses and driving results of global public companies. I am thrilled to welcome Steve to our executive leadership team and I want to acknowledge Paul’s leadership and expertise and thank him for his support as interim general counsel.”
Zamansky will be responsible for REV Group and its companies’ legal, compliance and governance functions. In addition, he will be working to maintain corporate governance, ethics, compliance and ESG, social responsibility and sustainability across REV Group companies.
Corina Moore has been appointed WSP in Canada’s new executive vice-president for transportation and infrastructure. Moore will be responsible for ensuring continued dedication of the Canadian transportation and infrastructure team to developing sustainable, resilient, innovative and Future ReadyTM solutions for communities.
“Corina has been a recognized leader in the transportation industry for many years,” said Marie-Claude Dumas, president and CEO of WSP in Canada. “Her industry experience and collaborative approach make her an ideal fit to lead our transportation and infrastructure sector.”
Moore will officially assume the role Jan. 15, 2024.