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Frederick W. Werner
President of Major Pursuits

Education
Master of Science, Civil Engineering
Rutgers University

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering,
Manhattan College

Honors
De La Salle Medal
Manhattan College (2012)

Professional Affiliations
American Public Transit Association
(APTA)

American Society of Civil Engineers
(ASCE)

Design-Build Institute of America
(DBIA)

New York Association of Consulting Engineers
(NYACE)

U.S.-Qatar Business Council

U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council

Community Activity
March of Dimes

Frederick "Fred" Werner is President of Major Pursuits for AECOM (NYSE: ACM), a premier, fully integrated infrastructure firm that designs, builds, finances and operates assets for governments, businesses and organizations in more than 150 countries.

In this role, Mr. Werner leverages AECOM’s full breadth of its leading capabilities to win large, complex bids. He previously served as Group President, Design and Consulting Services – Americas where he led the group's technical services practice areas — including architecture, cost consultancy, design, economics, energy, engineering, environmental, planning and program management. He is also a member of AECOM's Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMIA) Executive Board, which oversees operational performance and drives strategic growth, as well as a member of AECOM's Executive Leadership Team at the enterprise level.

Previously, Mr. Werner was Chief Growth Officer and President of EMIA, preceded by serving as President, Corporate Development. He has also led AECOM's U.S. Infrastructure Group, which brought together the company's business throughout the U.S. in the fields of transportation, energy, water and development.

Mr. Werner joined AECOM as Chief Executive Officer of the Americas Transportation Group, part of the U.S. Infrastructure Group, following his successful tenure as President of AECOM's legacy DMJM Harris operation.

During his professional career, which spans nearly 40 years, Mr. Werner earned industry-wide recognition for his expertise in corporate operations management and for the management of large, technically complex civil engineering projects. He has overseen major projects in numerous market sectors, from highways and bridges to airports, ports and transit.

AECOM is built to deliver a better world, connecting knowledge and experience across a global network of experts to help clients solve their most complex challenges—from high-performance buildings and infrastructure, to resilient communities and environments, to stable and secure nations. A Fortune 500 firm, AECOM and its companies have annual revenue of approximately US$17.4 billion. Learn more at www.aecom.com and @AECOM.