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George P. Vittas: Vice President of Aviaton Development, AECOM

Posted: 5/31/2007

George Vittas, senior vice president of aviation development for AECOM, says fly ash and other industrial byproducts can be used in runways to cut costs and carbon footprints.

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George P. Vittas
Vice President of Aviaton Development, AECOM

George P. Vittas joined Turner Collie & Braden after 18 years with American Airllines and led the expansion of its airport planning & engineering division with signature projects such as Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport Development Plan, Orlando International Airport modernization and the planning and development of Runway 8-26 at Philadelphia International Airport. TCB became an AECOM company in 1996; in 1999 the aviation services practice of TCB was merged with the acquisition of Day & Zimmerman's aviation division by AECOM to form a new company, DMJM Aviation. Vittas became the officer in charge of DMJM Aviation's planning and engineering practice. In 2005 he took charge of the development of AECOM's global aviation services capabilities.

 


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