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October 29, 2014 at 11:09 pm

Geography Alum to Lead ENSCO Rail Division

ENSCO has named Ohio University alum Jeffrey Stevens to lead its rail division.

Stevens was named Division Manager of ENSCO’s Applied Technology and Engineering Division, effective Oct. 1. He will also serve as Director of ENSCO Rail and ENSCO Rail Australia Pty Ltd, wholly owned subsidiaries of ENSCO, according to a news release.

Stevens earned a B.S. in Cartography (geography) from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University in 1998.

ENSCO Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiaries represent a $90 million technology enterprise, headquartered in the Washington, D.C., area.

Jeffrey Stevens

Jeffrey Stevens

“Mr. Stevens has extensive experience in the rail industry, having worked in our rail group in various capacities for many years,” said Paul Broome, Executive Chairman of the Board. “He brings an inherent understanding of the technology as well as the needs of our governmental and commercial rail customers, and is adept at meeting those needs.”

Stevens has been with ENSCO for 13 years, serving in a variety of technical and leadership roles, most recently as Director of Commercial Business Operations for the Applied Technology and Engineering Division. He has also held positions as an Applications Developer, Project Manager, and Product Manager. Stevens has worked with and managed technical teams that developed and implemented several industry-changing technologies, including autonomous track inspection systems; enterprise web-based track inspection and maintenance management systems; automated rail vehicle location technologies; and joint bar and concrete tie inspection services. Prior to joining ENSCO, he worked as an applications developer and project manager in the police/fire/rescue and public utility industries.

An active member of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association, Mr. Stevens has served as a Subcommittee Chair of Committee 2 Track Measuring Systems.

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