Clough is pleased to announce the appointment of Logan Hollobaugh as Senior Legal Counsel for Clough North America.
Logan brings considerable experience and expertise from his legal background in the construction industry, having served in various senior counsel roles with major global EPC firms.
Logan will lead legal support for Clough’s North American operations and has an extensive background in construction contracting, corporate and JV agreements, dispute resolution, labor and employment, litigation as well as legal and compliance requirements within construction operations throughout the United States and Canada. Logan will be a member of the North America Leadership Team.
Martin Siddle, Executive Vice President for Clough North America, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Logan to our North American team. Logan has an impressive industry background having served in various senior counsel roles over the last 10 years. I look forward to working with him and know that his experience and active leadership will support our ability to grow as a business and differentiate our capabilities across North America.”
Clough is a pioneering engineering and construction company established in 1919 in Perth, Western Australia. Clough delivers sustainable high performing assets for the infrastructure, resources and energy industries underpinned by a dedication to problem solving and getting the job done safely and efficiently.
Today, Clough manages a global workforce of over 2000 people from operating centres across Australia, Papua New Guinea, Asia, UK, and North America that strive for the best in everything, setting new safety and performance benchmarks every single day.
Clough is a wholly owned subsidiary of Murray & Roberts, a multinational group that focuses its expertise on delivering sustainable and fit-for-purpose project engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, operations and maintenance solutions. The Group delivers its capabilities into the resources, industrial, energy, water and specialised infrastructure sectors.