ARCADIS Promotes Seven Staff Members to Senior Vice President

  ARCADIS Promotes Seven Staff Members to Senior Vice President

Business Wire

HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. -- March 19, 2013

ARCADIS (EURONEXT: ARCAD), a leading international design, consulting,
engineering and management services company has announced it recently promoted
seven staff members to senior vice president. Each of these client-driven
individuals has enjoyed distinguished careers at ARCADIS and has demonstrated
their commitment to the firm’s core values such as integrity,
entrepreneurship, agility, collaboration, and health and safety.

Robert J. Anderson, a professional geologist, has expertise in working with
Fortune 500 companies, including oil and gas clients, to develop innovative
solutions and strategies for the refining business. He currently works in
Seven Fields, Pa.

Scott Davies works out of ARCADIS’ Raleigh, N.C. office and is a professional
geologist. He provides strategic counsel and program management to large oil
and gas clients as it pertains to project lifecycle management for
environmental projects.

Patrick T. Farr has spent his entire career with ARCADIS in increasing levels
of responsibility and leadership. Farr is a professional engineer and works
out of Raleigh, N.C., most recently serving as principal-in-charge for a large
Fortune 500 client for both domestic and international work, developing one of
the company’s most important clients.

Geoffrey Germann serves as principal-in-charge for a large oil and gas company
and works out of ARCADIS’ Raleigh, N.C. office. A professional engineer,
Germann has successfully led client teams to proactively remediate more than
20 redeveloped sites in the Southeastern U.S. and ensure regulatory

Amy Hoeksema is an operations leader out of ARCADIS’ Brighton, Mich. office.
She is responsible for 280  professionals that specialize in remediation
services. She helped a client develop liability estimates for a trust fund to
bring over 80 abandoned properties to regulatory closure from the largest
bankruptcy in the United States.

Sean P. O’Brien, a professional engineer, has delivered major projects for
large transportation clients on both the east and west coasts, including
maintaining environmental compliance for commuter rail lines in the Boston
area. He works out of ARCADIS’ Wakefield, Mass. office.

Thomas E. Rodriguez’s responsibilities focus on remediation services and
managing relationships with energy clients throughout the U.S. In addition to
client management, Rodriguez also serves as a project director and program
manager out King of Prussia, Pa.

“We are pleased to recognize the accomplishments and leadership of these
individuals,” said Steve Blake, CEO for ARCADIS U.S. “They live and breathe
the ARCADIS values – both in serving our clients and leading our staff to new
heights – constantly striving to achieve more to help create better, stronger,
and sustainable local communities.”

For more information, please contact Debra Havins of ARCADIS at 303-471-3485


ARCADIS is a leading international company providing consultancy, design,
engineering and management services in infrastructure, water, environment and
buildings. We enhance mobility, sustainability and quality of life by creating
balance in the built and natural environments. ARCADIS develops, designs,
implements, maintains and operates projects for companies and governments.
With 22,000 employees and more than $3.3 billion in revenues, the company has
an extensive international network supported by strong local market positions.
ARCADIS supports UN-HABITAT with knowledge andexpertise to improve the
quality of life in rapidly growing cities around the world. Visit us at:


Debra Havins, 303-471-3485
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