Mark Fallon Appointed CEO of APTIM 

Mark Fallon

Mark Fallon, APTIM

Veritas Capital portfolio APTIM has hired Mark Fallon as chief executive, replacing Mike Donnelly who retires this month. 

Ramzi Musallam, CEO and managing partner of Veritas Capital, said Fallon has 25 years of experience across the government and the commercial markets APTIM serves “and is an ideal fit to lead APTIM going forward.”

“We are confident that Mark’s strategic leadership will help us position APTIM for long-term success,” Musallam added. 

Fallon joins APTIM from the Washington Cos., where he was president and CEO of Envirocon, a national remediation and decommissioning contractor, and Modern Machinery, a distributor of heavy construction and mining equipment. 

“I am honored and excited to join APTIM as CEO,” Fallon said. “I look forward to working alongside APTIM’s talented people to continue to deliver innovative and reliable solutions for its customers. I will work hard to drive growth for the Company, opportunity for APTIM’s people, and value for APTIM’s customers.”

Prior to joining Envirocon and Modern Machinery, Fallon worked at CH2M (now Jacobs Engineering), where he served on the board of directors and held various leadership roles. He began his career at the Energy Department, serving as an adviser to the secretary.

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