Huisman appoints David Roodenburg as CEO
Huisman announced that David Roodenburg has been appointed by the supervisory board to become the new statutory CEO of Huisman.
Mr Roodenburg, who holds a master’s degree in precision microsystem engineering and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Delft University of Technology, became active with Huisman in 2008. He was responsible for the order intake, which led to the construction start and subsequent delivery of the Huisman Brazil facility. In 2013, Mr Roodenburg became System Architecture Manager, focusing on the transformation of concept designs into multidisciplinary system designs. In early 2016, he moved into developing new businesses for Huisman, resulting in two major contracts in China. In August 2017, he became the Manager of the Tender Engineering & Product Development department, focusing on the future markets of Huisman.
Joop Roodenburg is currently active as President and will remain with the company in an advisory role, focusing on the continuous development of step changing technical solutions, new business opportunities, tenders, relationships with key clients and supporting the company’s management team. Theo Bruijninckx will remain active in Huisman as the company’s CFO.
“Huisman is a very precious team of skilled people that, together with loyal clients, can make audacious ideas come true,” Mr David Roodenburg, said. “Huisman’s reputation has been built by decennia of hard work and enormous trust from our clients. The company is fortunate to use its reputation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, helping accelerate the transition to renewables, as well as significantly reduce fossil fuel extraction emissions.”