R.H. White Companies, a construction services and utility management firm, announced the appointment of John Stamatov as Operations Manager in its Utility Construction Division. A construction and energy industry veteran, Mr. Stamatov brings more than 30 years of capital project planning and management, strategic leadership, engineering and consulting experience to his new position.
Prior to his appointment at R.H. White, Mr. Stamatov spent six years as a Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), an international professional services network, where he managed its Capital Projects and Infrastructure Practice. There he advised global clients in the delivery of large, complex capital construction programs with an emphasis on safety, cost, schedule and quality. He also spent several years in project management at Vermont Electric Power Company where he provided project and construction management for major substation and transmission line initiatives.
“John comes to us with a diverse and impressive background including extensive operations and project management experience that will complement our existing capabilities and strengthen our strategic business goals and objectives. I am confident that John will be instrumental in driving us into new and exciting areas,” said Daniel Horgan, Vice President of Utility Construction.
A veteran of the United States Air Force, where he was a Civil Engineering Officer overseeing waste management, Super Fund cleanup and civil design, Mr. Stamatov also holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Northeastern University and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Vermont.