Fetter New Director of Halcrow Navy Programs

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Halcrow announced the addition of Robert Fetter, PE, CAPT, CEC, USN (ret) as director of navy programs for Halcrow in North America. In this newly created position, Fetter will be responsible for building upon Halcrow’s relationship with the U.S. Navy and its engineering operations. 

Fetter is a retired Civil Engineer Corps captain who brings more than 25 years of Navy facilities management and capital improvement experience to Halcrow. He has extensive federal acquisition experience with a proven track record of team building, process improvement, and cost savings. His expertise is wide-ranging and includes skills in the areas of, project management, planning and asset management, facilities management, energy efficiency/sustainability, and investment strategy. 

Fetter is a registered professional engineer in Virginia and a member of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). He earned a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from Penn State University and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is based in the firm’s Norfolk, Virginia office. 
 

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