Fenstermaker Announces Leadership Changes

Fenstermaker President Alex Lincoln recently announced three key changes to the Executive Team. According to Lincoln, “We’re making a few adjustments in the organization to better utilize our existing strengths and create a more streamlined operation. The redefinition of these roles will give us even greater effectiveness when it comes to serving our clients.”

As a result of the shift, John Fenstermaker (right) will assume the role of Vice President of Business Development. In this new position, John will oversee all of the firm’s efforts in generating new business and expanding already established relationships with Fenstermaker’s clients. Mr. Fenstermaker has been with the company since 1982 and was most recently Vice President of Survey & Mapping and Energy Market Leader for the firm.

Greg Palmer (left) has been named Vice President of Contracts & Acquisitions. Mr. Palmer has been with Fenstermaker since 1984. He has served in various capacities throughout the years and has been involved with every discipline within the company. In addition to his most recent leadership position as Vice President of Business Development, he also held a dual title as Vice President of Government Contracts. Mr. Palmer will handle the execution of contracts and coordinate future acquisition efforts for the company.

Lincoln also announced the promotion of Marc Broussard (right) to the position of Vice President of Survey & Mapping. Mr. Broussard will be responsible for all survey and mapping operations throughout the company. His most recent position with the firm was Manager of the Lafayette Survey team. Mr. Broussard rejoined Fenstermaker in 2013, having been with Fenstermaker previously from 1983 until 1996. With a total of 15 years with Fenstermaker, Broussard is responsible for management of all survey and mapping operations throughout the company.

About Fenstermaker
Established in 1950, Fenstermaker is an experienced multi-disciplinary firm specializing in Survey & Mapping, Engineering, Environmental Consulting, and Advanced Technologies. Headquartered in Lafayette, LA, the company has over 300 team members providing professional services through multiple office and field locations across the U.S. Fenstermaker’s corporate office is in Lafayette, LA with other offices in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Shreveport , Lake Charles. Texas offices include Houston and San Antonio. In the Midwest, Fenstermaker’s offices are located in Montrose, PA and Cambridge, OH. More information on Fenstermaker can be found at www.fenstermaker.com.