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Jacobs Engineering Announces Executive Promotions - Quick Facts

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (JEC) announced executive promotions, effective Oct. 1, 2018. Terry Hagen and Bob Pragada each have been promoted to the newly created chief operating officer (COO) roles. Hagen will continue to lead the Aerospace, Technology, Environmental and Nuclear business. Pragada will continue to lead Jacobs' Buildings, Infrastructure and Advanced Facilities business.

Kevin Berryman, CFO, will assume an expanded scope of responsibility. In addition to leading finance, investor relations, strategy and M&A, Berryman will assume the additional responsibilities of leading real estate, Global Business Services, strategic project integration and corporate communications functions.

The company said it will continue to go to market in and report financial results for three lines of business.

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