April 27, 2020
April 27, 2020
Allen Austin recently completed a retained search engagement for the CTCI-Americas (CTCIA) with the selection of Don Chaney as the Director Business Development. Don is joining CTCIA having developed and led business over 35 years in the refining, chemical, petrochemical, gas processing, and renewable energy markets winning both licensed process technology and open art process Studies, FEED’s, and EPC project phases. Don joins CTCIA after leadership roles at PCL Industrial Construction, KP Engineering, CB&I, and Foster Wheeler.
CTCI-Americas is a relatively new entrant into the North American Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) marketplace. Its parent company, CTCI is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, and is recognized as one of the leading global EPC players with over 40 years of industry experience, operations in 15 countries, and a successful track record of managing fully integrated EPC projects everywhere in the world. To better position it as a major player in the fast-growing Americas refining and downstream industries – particularly the US – CTCI formed a wholly-owned, US-based, subsidiary headquartered in Houston, Texas, CTCIA.
This placement of Don was preceded by the placement of Patrick Jameson as the President of CTCIA.
The retained searches of both placements were managed and completed by Ken Minter, Senior Partner at Allen Austin.
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