ENSCO Elevates Stevens to PresidentWritten by Marybeth Luczak, Executive Editor
Jeff Stevens has been promoted to President of ENSCO, Inc., succeeding Boris Nejikovsky, who will retire after 30 years of service.
Stevens on July 2 will take over leadership of ENSCO, a Virginia-based corporation that operates in the defense, transportation, aerospace and intelligence sectors. He has served as Senior Vice President for the Surface Transportation Group since 2014, and “led the successful capture of the $571 million Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration, Transportation Technology Center program, which will allow the company to expand further into the surface transportation market,” ENSCO reported. Operation and maintenance of the Pueblo, Colo.-based Transportation Technology Center (TTC) began transitioning to ENSCO, Inc., in April; completion is slated for October.
A 23-year ENSCO veteran, Stevens has also held the positions of Rail Engineer, Program Manager, Deputy Division Manager and Division Vice President.
“It is with gratitude and appreciation that I announce the retirement of Boris Nejikovsky after 30 years of dedicated service to our company and for his outstanding leadership as President over the past eight years,” ENSCO, Inc. Chairman Greg Young said. “During Boris’s leadership, the company’s revenue grew by 66%.”
“On behalf of the entire ENSCO Board, it is our pleasure to appoint Jeff Stevens as ENSCO’s President and President of our subsidiaries,” Young continued. “Jeff will lead our growing company in the diverse markets we serve, and help our customers achieve their goals through the dedicated efforts of our executive team, our managers and our creative employees.”