Wood Group Mustang Names Mark Brett Director of Business Development, Process Plants & Industrial for Martinez, Calif. Location

Sept. 10, 2013
Wood Group Mustang announces Mark Brett director of business development for its Process Plants & Industrial Business Unit for its Martinez, Calif. location.

Wood Group Mustang announces Mark Brett director of business development for its Process Plants & Industrial Business Unit for its Martinez, Calif. location.  Brett will oversee the company's West Coast business development, expanding brand presence and strategic direction for the California and Pacific Northwest regions.

Brett brings 25 years of oil & gas expertise with concentrations in the upstream and downstream sectors to Wood Group Mustang.  His success includes operations management, business development, sales and marketing, and revenue and profit optimization.

Wood Group Mustang President, Process Plants & Industrial Curt Watson said, "Mark brings a wealth of knowledge to Wood Group Mustang's Process Plants & Industrial Business Unit, and I look forward to him taking our current and future West coast relationships to the next level."
 

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