Manager, EPC Functions
Mary McLaughlin is the manager of EPC functions and is responsible for delivering integrated EPC processes and procedures. In her capacity, she is responsible for the advancement and adoption of innovation within the enterprise, in addition to leading Bechtel’s digital transformation that will convert Bechtel’s execution model to a fully-integrated data-centric operation that will deliver greater value to Bechtel’s customers by delivering projects safer, with higher quality, shorter schedules, and lower total installed costs. She was elected a principal vice president in 2009, a senior vice president in 2015, and a director to the Bechtel Group, Inc., board in 2018.
During her career at Bechtel, Mary has held a variety of project management and leadership roles. She served as senior project manager on the Prairie State Energy and Google Fiber projects; as well as manager of procurement for Bechtel’s power business line; thermal power operations manager; president of the thermal power business line; communications operations manager; and manager of functions for Bechtel’s infrastructure business unit.
Prior to joining Bechtel in 2000, Mary worked at Black & Veatch for nearly 20 years. There she held a variety of positions of increasing responsibility, including engineering manager, project manager, and vice president. She played key roles on power projects in Florida, Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore.
Mary earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Missouri - Rolla.