- Earl C. "Duke" Austin, Jr.
- President, Chief Executive Officer and
Chief Operating Officer, Quanta Services, Inc.
- Doyle N. Beneby 3,4
- President and Chief Executive Officer,
Midland Cogenaration Venture
- J. Michal Conaway 3,4
- Consultant; Former Chief Financial Officer,
- Vincent D. Foster 1,4
- Chairmain of the Board and Former
Chief Executive Officer,
Main Street Capital Corporation
- Bernard Fried 1,2
- Principal, BF Consulting; Former Chief
Executive Officer, Plastikon Industries, Inc.
- Worthing F. Jackman 1,2
Waste Connections, Inc.
- David M. McClanahan
- Chairman of the Board, Quanta Services, Inc.;
Former President and Chief Executive Officer,
CenterPoint Energy, Inc.
- Margaret B. Shannon 2,3
- Former Vice President and General Counsel,
BJ Services Company
- Pat Wood, III 3,4
- Principal, Wood3 Resources;
Former Chairman, Federal Energy
- Earl C. "Duke" Austin, Jr.
- President, Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer and Director
- Paul C. Gregory
- President – Pipeline and Industrial Division
and Chief Strategy Officer
- Derrick A. Jensen
- Chief Financial Officer
- Jesse E. Morris
- Executive Vice President – Finance and
President – Infrastructure Solutions
- Donald C. Wayne
- Executive Vice President and General Counsel
- Jerry K. Lemon
- Chief Accounting Officer
- Nicholas M. Grindstaff
- Vice President – Finance and Treasurer
- Dorothy Upperman
- Vice President – Tax
- 1 Audit Committee
- 2 Compensation Committee
- 3 Governance and Nominating Committee
- 4 Investment Committee
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