Aegion, a U.S. multinational company involved in the protection, rehabilitation, engineering and design of infrastructure projects for a wide range of industrie , announced that Michael White, senior vice president, controller, and chief accounting officer, has submitted his resignation.
White, who has served as the company’s controller since October 2013, will be relocating to Texas for a new position he has accepted. His last day with Aegion will be May 4.
In connection with White’s resignation, the company has appointed Kenneth Young, currently Aegion’s SVP and treasurer, as interim controller and chief accounting officer, effective May 4. Young joined Aegion in April 2009 as vice president and treasurer. Prior to joining Aegion, Young served as the CFO and treasurer of Huttig Building Projects, a millwork company.
In other news, the company announced the appointment of David Morris as its executive vice president and CFO, effective as of April 17. Morris, who has served as the interim CFO since November 2017, resigned his positions as general counsel, chief administrative officer, and secretary in connection with his appointment as CFO.
The company further announced that, effective April 17, Mark Menghini has been appointed as interim general counsel and secretary to serve until a permanent general counsel is named. Menghini joined Aegion in 2013 and most recently served as SVP and deputy general counsel.