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UPDATED ON: Friday, September 28, 2012

SNC-Lavalin:

Dale Clarke,
Executive Vice-President

From The Globe and Mail

SNC-Lavalin is pleased to announce the appointment of Dale Clarke to the position of Executive Vice-President and member of the Office of the President, effective October 1, 2012. Mr. Clarke will assume responsibility for SNC-Lavalin’s Global Mining & Metallurgy business unit, which includes 14 offices worldwide and over 6,500 employees.

Since joining SNC-Lavalin in 1996, Mr. Clarke has held increasingly senior positions, from project management to senior administration roles. In 2007, he was named Senior Vice-President, Global Mining & Metallurgy. He has since been responsible for all mining and metallurgy activities at the company’s Toronto, Vancouver and Saskatoon offices. Mr. Clarke has led the award and execution of many of SNC-Lavalin’s key mining and metallurgy mandates in Panama, Brazil, Venezuela, Argentina, Peru, Madagascar and Tanzania, among others, as well as various Canadian locations. He is also a member of SNC-Lavalin’s corporate Management Committee.

In his new role, Mr. Clarke’s experience in directing large-scale international mining projects will be applied to the numerous projects underway in this sector, and in the service of several of the world’s largest mining firms, who are, in turn, some of SNC-Lavalin’s long-standing clients. He will be based in Toronto.

Mr. Clarke holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Mining Engineering from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and is a member of the Ontario Mining Association, the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, and Professional Engineers Ontario.

SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world, and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure, and in the provision of operations and maintenance services. Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin has offices across Canada and in over 40 other countries around the world, and is currently working in some 100 countries.

 

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