An engineering management professional with ties to Missouri University of Science and Technology was inducted into the Missouri S&T Academy of Engineering Management on Thursday, April 20.
The academy, established at Missouri S&T in 2004, is an advisory group to the university’s engineering management and systems engineering department. New members are selected based on input from department faculty and development officers and voted on by the academy membership.
The 2017 inductee is:
Gerard Hart of Woodlands, Texas, retired vice president of project management at WorleyParsons, earned a bachelor of science degree in engineering management from Missouri S&T in 1971. Hart has over 44 years of experience in the engineering field. He began his career with Black & Veatch, where he worked for 22 years. After a brief position with Parsons Energy & Chemicals, Hart joined WorleyParsons, where he performed in all aspects of engineering and construction management. His work has included project and engineering management for multiple gas, oil and coal-fired power stations throughout the world. Hart’s expertise in the power generation field includes project management, construction management, business development, procurement and contract administration, cost estimating and cost control, project controls, planning and scheduling, consortium and joint venture management, and coordination of multiple projects.