Skanska Hires Shover as Business Development Director for Civil Unit

In more than a decade of experience in the industry, Shover has become well-versed in a variety of delivery methods.

Fri March 18, 2016 - West Edition
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Skanska has hired Randi Shover as business development director for its civil construction unit.
Skanska has hired Randi Shover as business development director for its civil construction unit.

Skanska, a construction and development firm, has hired Randi Shover as business development director for its civil construction unit. In this role, she will build relationships with potential customers, demonstrating how Skanska's expertise can aid them in achieving their goals.

In more than a decade of experience in the industry, Shover has become well-versed in a variety of delivery methods — design-build, CMGC, PPP — and how they can benefit customers and their stakeholders. She has worked with a large variety of owners throughout the region and has significant experience in the transportation, transit, aviation and water/wastewater sectors, aligning well with Skanska's portfolio and targets.

“As our business evolves in the region, Randi will play a key role in helping connect Skanska with new customers and the communities they serve,” said James Bailey, Skanska senior vice president. “As communities seek new solutions to deliver infrastructure, Randi's knowledge of alternative delivery methods will be instrumental to not only our success, but also to communities seeking the best value and outcomes from major infrastructure investments.”

Skanska has a history of building some of the most complex infrastructure projects in the west, including work in transportation, aviation, transit and environmental remediation. Shover comes to Skanska after seven years in a similar role with Kiewit Infrastructure West. She will be based in Salt Lake City.




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