John Hensley Jr. Promoted To President Of ARCADIS Inc.'s Environment Division

Monday, November 11, 2013

ARCADIS US, Inc. has promoted John Hensley, Jr to President of the Environment Division. Based in the ARCADIS Chattanooga office, Mr. Hensley will be responsible for approximately 3,000 environmental consulting professionals located in over 160 offices throughout the United States and Canada. His previous role was Operations Director for the Environment Division. Before taking on that role, he served in various management roles for the Water and Infrastructure Divisions including management of the South Region.

Mr.Hensley is a graduate of McCallie School, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Kennesaw State University. He has been with ARCADIS since 1985 and is a licensed professional engineer in five states. He and his wife Michele and son Nathan live on Signal Mountain and are members of Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church.

According to Neil McArthur, CEO of ARCADIS. "John Hensley is a very experienced leader in our US business with broad experience in several of our divisions. In his role as President of the Environment Division we expect him to further build on our leading position in this important market."


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