Dvorak adds president to COO role at exp

By ReNew Canada 07:57AM August 23, 2017



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Exp has announced that Mark Dvorak has been named as its new president in addition to his current role as chief operating officer. Former president and co-chief executive officer, Vladimir Stritesky, retired July 31st, 2017.

Dvorak was named Chief Operating Officer in April 2016. With over 20 years of experience, he has evolved from an exp staff engineer, to a senior project manager, to vice president transportation for U.S. Central operations. In addition to his solid technical and managerial skills, he has also nurtured many valued client relationships.

Stritesky became president and CEO in 1995. With his guidance, exp has diversified into several major market sectors and grown from a regional Ontario firm to a global organization with over 100 offices across North America. He has assumed the role of advisor to the CEO to ensure a seamless transition of leadership.

“We will always be grateful to Vlad for his vision and leadership to grow exp into a highly reputable firm that keeps on winning projects across the globe”, said Ivan Dvorak, chairman and CEO. “After 40 years of dedicated service to Trow and exp, Vlad has decided to pass the baton to the next generation. We thank him for those years of dedicated service, and wish him good health and all the happiness that his growing family offers.”

“Mark has earned numerous promotions through the years, gaining a strong understanding of the North American consulting engineering space and the company’s business,” said Vladimir Stritesky, former president and co-CEO. “In his most recent role as COO, Mark has demonstrated his strong leadership qualities and ability to lead exp to the next level of its development.”

Ivan Dvorak will remain chairman of the board and will act as CEO of exp.

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