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05.01.2014  |  Thinnes, Billy,  Hydrocarbon Processing Staff, Houston, TX

Keywords: [Wood Group Mustang] [BASF] [promotion] [committee] [Marathon] [King & Spalding] [BP ]

Wood Group Mustang has promoted Tim Griffin to vice president of industrial operations, leading the company’s North American industrial division based in Greenville, South Carolina. The division serves the automotive, aerospace, industrial manufacturing, pulp and paper and engineered materials industries with a strong focus on providing high-quality, fit-for-purpose solutions for grassroots projects, revamps, facility expansions and modernizations. Mr. Griffin joined Wood Group Mustang in 2011 and served most recently as director of operations for the industrial group and formerly as director of project controls and estimating. He previously was with Fluor, serving their manufacturing and life sciences business unit. Griffin holds a BS degree in construction science and management from Clemson University.

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