Director

Dr. Paul F. Fennelly was a Senior Vice President for AECOM and served as the Global Director for Industrial Sales and Marketing for AECOM”S Environment Business Line. In this capacity, he oversaw, strategic planning, sales, marketing, client relations, master service agreements, Key Account programs and project delivery in all of AECOM Environment’s major Industrial Market Sectors; namely, Oil and Gas, Electric Power, Manufacturing, Chemicals/Pharmaceuticals, Transportation, and Mining. He oversaw and coordinated the Business Development Programs for these Market Sectors in each of AECOM’s major geographic regions which included: The Americas, Europe /Middle East, Asia and Australia. Global sales for AECOM’s Environment Business Line approached $850 million USD for these Industry Sectors on an annual basis. Paul came to AECOM via the merger with ENSR Corporation in 2005. Prior to serving in his current position, Paul was the Director ENSR’s Global Sales and Marketing program from 2006 to 2008. Before assuming that position, he was the President of the International Division of ENSR from 1998-2005, which included Operations in more than 15 different countries on five continents. Before assuming his International position in 1997, Dr. Fennelly was Senior Vice President for International Business Development, where he led ENSR’s corporate effort to develop an international expansion program using acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic key hires. Over this period, ENSR’s international business grew to $50MM in revenue, with over 300 people. Prior to that, he held a variety of other senior management positions with ENSR, including Senior Vice President for Corporate Development, Regional Vice President – Eastern Operations, General Manager for Air Quality Science and Engineering and Manager – Air Toxics Group . Paul has over 25 years of experience in executive management positions for environmental consulting and engineering operations, and a total of 38 years of technical and project management experience in: air pollution control, atmospheric chemistry, environmental chemistry, environmental auditing, environmental due diligence, and environmental impact assessments. He is the author of over 50 scientific articles and technical presentations. He has been a past member of the Air and Waste Management Association, the American Chemical Society. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Brandeis University and a B.S. in Chemistry from Villanova University.