Scott Ogilvie Elected A Senior Vice President Of Bechtel Corporation

April 30, 1999 Bechtel Corporation announced that Scott Ogilvie has been elected a senior vice president.Based in Frederick, Maryland, Ogilvie, 45, is president of Bechtel's Fossil Power unit, responsible for overseeing the building of coal- and gas-fired electrical generating stations worldwide. Since joining Bechtel in 1976, Ogilvie has established a broad background in the power industry, including project development, project controls, and project management. From 1995 to 1998, he led Bechtel's power unit in the Asia Pacific region. Ogilvie became president of Bechtel's Fossil Power unit in December 1998.

Bechtel is a premier engineering, construction, and management organization, based in San Francisco with offices in more than 60 nations. Founded in 1898, Bechtel has completed more than 19,000 assignments in more than 140 countries worldwide. The privately held firm reported revenues of $12.6 billion in 1998.