UPI Name Tim Brown Senior V-P Business Development

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Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Tim Brown: Photo credit UPI

UniversalPegasus International (UPI) is a company with a global reach in engineering, project management & construction management for the energy industry, headquartered in Texas.

Brown has more than 30 years of experience in the engineering and construction sectors. He comes to UPI from Jacobs Engineering where he held the position of Global Vice President, Inside Sales and Marketing.  He was responsible for downstream, upstream, chemicals and pharmaceuticals/biotechnology business unit sales, with regional focus on North America, India and the Middle East.

“We are excited to have Tim join the UniversalPegasus Team,” said UPI Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Philip Luna. “He brings a seasoned approach to the organization which complements our strong service offerings as well as our operations team. His wealth of knowledge and experience in developing a robust, process-driven sales and marketing team will help us achieve our growth targets through focused client engagement.” 

Built on a 50-year heritage of providing quality, safety, innovation and client service, UniversalPegasus says it delivers unmatched expertise and value to oil and gas clients around the globe. The firm is headquartered in Houston, Texas with offices in major energy centers worldwide.
 
Universal Ensco, Inc., Pegasus International, Inc., UP International Inc., and Integrated Pipeline Projects Canada Ltd. are UniversalPegasus International companies.
 

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