FTI Consulting, Inc., the global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organizations protect and enhance their enterprise value, today announced Don Moreau, Scott Brown and Tor Hartmann have joined the firm. Mr. Moreau, Mr. Brown and Mr. Hartmann join a distinguished team of professionals, including engineers, architects, accountants, quantity surveyors, planning and scheduling specialists, cost engineers and project managers as part of the firm’s Construction Solutions group.
Mr. Moreau will serve as Managing Director and will be based in the firm’s Houston office. He joins FTI Consulting with 30 years of business development, engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning experience in a variety of project management roles for owner and contractor organizations, primarily in the polysilicon, silane gas, petrochemical, and oil and gas industries, on multibillion-dollar projects in locations worldwide. Mr. Moreau specializes in capital expansion program management; business development; silicon manufacturing; and project management that includes broad experience in contract management, engineering management, project controls, construction management and project completion.
Mr. Brown will serve as Managing Director and will be based in the firm’s Seattle office. He brings to FTI Consulting 30 years of operations and project experience in the military, food processing and chemical for solar/electronics industries, with a specialization in operational excellence (process safety management, operations and maintenance) and operational readiness (pre-commissioning, project completion, commissioning and startup).
Mr. Hartmann will serve as Managing Director and will be based in the firm’s Seattle office. He is a senior executive with 30 years of progressive and successful experience in engineering, technology, and project and operations management. Mr. Hartmann specializes in corporate management, chemical operations management, project management and organizational development, technology development and process safety management.
Mr. Moreau, Mr. Brown and Mr. Hartmann are former partners in their own practice that assisted owners in the development of large capital programs in the polysilicon industry, which is part of the photovoltaic value chain in renewable energies. Mr. Moreau, Mr. Brown and Mr. Hartmann have managed programs from initial conceptualization to final operation. They have had direct responsibility for many of these programs as executives in the industry.
Paul Ficca, Global Leader of the FTI Consulting Construction Solutions group, commented,“We are very pleased that these highly experienced professionals have joined FTI Consulting. Don, Scott and Tor add significant depth to our technical industrial construction capabilities and bring many years of experience assisting clients on large international construction and heavy process-intensive capital projects.”
Mr. Hartmann commented,“We are pleased to be part of the FTI Consulting family. Our experience in project and operations management as part of large capital program execution is an excellent fit with the existing FTI Consulting Construction Solutions group. The application of our skills in areas outside the polysilicon industry is an opportunity that holds great promise. We also are very impressed with the firm’s global standing and the broad range of skills available within the company. We look forward to becoming part of the Construction Solutions team and contributing to the growth of the offering.”
About FTI Consulting
FTI Consulting, Inc. (fticonsulting.com) is a global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organizations protect and enhance enterprise value in an increasingly complex legal, regulatory and economic environment. With more than 3,800 employees located in 24 countries, FTI Consulting professionals work closely with clients to anticipate, illuminate and overcome complex business challenges in areas such as investigations, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, regulatory issues, reputation management, strategic communications and restructuring. The company generated $1.56 billion in revenues during fiscal year 2011.