Jeffrey E. Giangiuli
Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
As Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Giangiuli is responsible for overseeing financial / accounting and information technology operations, strategic financial planning, capital structure, treasury management, and employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) and 401(k) management. Additionally, he has strategic growth responsibilities in support of current corporate business areas and Mergers and Acquisitions.
In his previous role as Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer, Mr. Giangiuli led the planning for, and execution of, sales and delivery business functions, the management of all operations personnel within CALIBRE’s five Operations Divisions and supporting business development personnel.
Mr. Giangiuli is a nationally recognized engineering and management consultant with expertise in risk management, nuclear and environmental cleanup, property transfer, performance-based contracting, and economic redevelopment of excess federal property. Mr. Giangiuli’s initiatives have been instrumental in the development and implementation of strategies to accelerate the deactivation and decommissioning of former Defense and Energy facilities, saving the taxpayers millions of dollars in life cycle costs.
Mr. Giangiuli joined CALIBRE in 2004. Prior to joining CALIBRE, Mr. Giangiuli was Principal and co-founder of Strategic Management Initiatives, Inc. (SMI), a small business management consulting firm, providing strategic management and engineering analyses of the problems facing Fortune 500 companies and the U.S. Government in their management of complex technologies and processes.
Mr. Giangiuli serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC where he instructs graduate engineering students in Engineering Economics, Decision Analysis, and Strategic Management. Mr. Giangiuli holds a B.S. in Systems Engineering from the United States Naval Academy and an MSE in Engineering Management from The Catholic University of America.