Kurt has been with Hatch since 1973, when he joined the firm after receiving his Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. He had received his B.Sc., Engineering, Cum Laude, from Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1968.
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John Bianchini began his career at Hatch in 1985 and was appointed Director of our Non Ferrous group—which provides services to clients in base metals such as copper, nickel, cobalt, lead, zinc, uranium, and ferroalloys—in 1999.
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Martin Doble is responsible for the strategy, development and operation of Hatch’s infrastructure businesses around the world in transportation and supply chain logistics, economic corridors, urban development and smart cities and water.
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Robert Francki joined Hatch immediately following his graduation with an Honors B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Queen’s University in 1986.
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Joe Lombard joined Hatch in 2006 and was previously President and CEO of Aluminérie Alouette, the largest aluminum smelter in the Americas. At Aluminérie Alouette, Joe was responsible for a $1.5 billion expansion of its facility in Sept-Iles, Québec.
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Robert Metka joined Hatch in 1998. Prior to joining us, Robert served as Vice President and General Manager for several large metals, mining and mineral companies, where he met aggressive objectives for organizational growth and development.
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John Pearson began his career at Hatch in 1981 and is Global Managing Director—Energy, which includes leadership of the company’s Renewable Power, Oil & Gas, Thermal Energy, Nuclear, and Transmission & Distribution business units.
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Nils Voermann has executive responsibility for Hatch’s Business Practices globally, including Technologies, Systems, Consulting, Environmental Services and Operational Performance. These groups serve clients across the Mining & Metals, Energy and Infrastructure sectors. He also leads our Central North America region.
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