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WGI Welcomes Gary Lawrence as Director of Sustainable and Resilient Strategies
We are proud to announce the hire of renowned thought leader, speaker, and strategist, Gary Lawrence as our new Director of Sustainable and Resilient Strategies within our Strategy Group. Gary’s ability to reach consensus and build sustainability and resilience strategy will enhance organizational success and integrate into every aspect of our forward-looking plans.
“To have someone of Gary’s unique aptitude and impressive experience, analytically and ethically approaching how we think about shaping the future of sustainable urbanization, is very exciting,” says WGI’s President, Greg Sauter. “I could see his tremendous passion and commitment to the ‘bigger picture’ when we were both at AECOM.”
Gary will be dividing his time between New York and WGI’s offices as needed, Gary isn’t a stranger to taking his expertise “on the road.”
“I am excited to be part of the WGI team. With unprecedented agility, a national footprint, and multiple disciplines, WGI is well positioned to provide clients innovative and effective approaches as they address the challenges and opportunities associated with sustainability, resiliency, and adaptation. We will help our clients think about these issues in a different way.” – Gary Lawrence
Senior Vice President/Chief Strategy Officer Michael Davis says, “Gary joins WGI to integrate sustainability, resiliency, and adaptation – SRA – tactics into all divisions, and work with our strategy team to formulate our SRA Business Plan. He brings so much to the table that he will ultimately work in some capacity with everyone, ranging from senior business development to educating associates to our marketing division.”
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WGI’s 2022 Predictions for the Infrastructure Industry: A Focus on Innovation, Sustainability, Resilience, and Adaptability
WGI’s experts from multiple divisions share their thoughts and predictions in terms of what we can expect to see in our industry in 2022 and beyond.
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