|Alan L. Boeckmann |
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
2004 Honorary Chair
National Engineers Week
Alan L. Boeckmann is chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Fluor Corporation.
Prior to assuming his current position in February 2002, Boeckmann served as president and chief operating officer of Fluor since January 2001. He has served as president and chief executive officer of Fluor Daniel, the engineering and construction unit of Fluor Corporation, and president of Fluor Daniel's Energy & Chemicals group, Fluor Daniel's Chemicals, Plastics & Fibers operating company, and the Chemical Processes & Industrial business group. Prior to that, he served as vice president of the company's business unit that formed its DuPont alliance and as the functional leader of Engineering.
Since joining Fluor in 1974 as an engineer, Boeckmann has held various management positions, including assignments in California, Texas, South Carolina, South Africa and Venezuela.
Active in a variety of business and professional organizations, Boeckmann serves as a director of the American Petroleum Institute, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, the Business Council for International Understanding, the National Petroleum Council and the Orange County (California) Performing Arts Center.
Boeckmann graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in electrical engineering.
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Editorial from Mr. Boeckmann
EWEEK Chair Boeckmann leads World Economic Forum E&C Task Force
|Joseph V. Lillie|
IEEE / IEEE-USA
National Engineers Week
| Joseph V. Lillie recently retired from BellSouth after a distinguished 30-year engineering career focused on telephony, management, leadership, and contract administration. Currently, he is business development manager for NorthStar Communications Group, a BE&K company. |
Mr. Lillie, of Lafayette, La., received a bachelor of science in electrical engineering and a master of science in telecommunications from the University of Southwestern Louisiana. He is a member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, serves on the EECE Industry Advisory Council at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and is actively involved in numerous professional and community organizations. Mr. Lillie is a past or current leader of a broad spectrum of IEEE committees and boards and is the recipient of a variety of professional awards, including the Third Millennium Medal.
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