Mac Carpenter Selected as President of KBR Building Group
September 22, 2014

GREENVILLE, S.C. – September 22, 2014 -- KBR Inc. (NYSE: KBR) announced today that Mac Carpenter has been appointed as President of KBR Building Group, a subsidiary within KBR's Services Group.

Known for its outstanding safety record, KBR Building Group operates on a national basis offering a variety of services and project delivery methods to clients in the advanced manufacturing, commercial/mixed-use, healthcare and institutional sectors.

Based in Greenville, S.C., Carpenter has been with the company for more than 25 years. Most recently, he served as Executive Vice President – during a decade when KBR Building Group executed an increasingly impressive list of building programs for well-known companies like American Honda Motor Company, Boeing, Duke Medicine, DuPont, Ferguson Enterprises, Gulfstream Aerospace, Sysco Foods and Triumph Group.

A major milestone in Carpenter’s career was heading up the design-build team that managed South Carolina’s largest construction project in history – Boeing’s 787 expansion in North Charleston, S.C. Three years after delivering this nationally recognized expansion project, KBR Building Group continues to work on the Boeing South Carolina campus today.

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