Owings Mills, Md. — EMG, an engineering, environmental, capital planning and project management consulting company based in Maryland and Arizona, has named Nestor Benavides as chief executive officer and promoted Ron Stupi to president. Chris Varney will move up to executive vice president of sales. Former CEO Claude Limoges will now serve as chairman of the board.
“Nestor has been with EMG for almost over 10 years and has played a key role in shaping our vision and business model,” says Limoges. “As CEO, he will ensure EMG stays focused on operational excellence.”
Benavides will oversee finance and operations, while Stupi and Varney will focus on accelerating the company’s top-line growth.
“The growth potential for EMG is immense,” says Benavides. “Ron Stupi has the experience and leadership savvy to propel us to the next level.”
EMG is the largest technical assessment and project management company in the nation. Its professionals offer clients a broad range of services around the life cycle of their facilities including engineering and environmental assessments upon acquisition or financing, capital planning and program and project management. Real estate owners, retailers, commercial lenders, institutional owners and government entities benefit from EMG’s integrated and scalable operational processes and technologies and its national team of experienced subject matter experts and project managers. The company is headquartered in Owings Mills, Md., and Scottsdale, Ariz., with satellite offices in Miami, Fla., Orange County, Calif., and California’s San Francisco Bay area.