Miami, Florida 2021-09-14 23:00:55 –
The Ministry of Transport and Public Works acquired a new leader, Eurois Cleckley, in August. He has long worked in the transportation industry for both public and private organizations. Prior to arriving in Miami-Dade, he was Secretary-General of the Department of Transportation Infrastructure in Denver City and County, leading the creation of that department, with jobs for 1,300 employees, a budget of $ 340 million, and $ 1.2 billion. Oversaw the capital program.
Prior to that, he was Deputy Director of the Houston-Galveston Regional Council. In Washington, DC, he held leadership positions in the US Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Authority. He is a local and state consultant who analyzes transportation systems and was initially a career at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. He was the manager of supply chain logistics operations on the East Coast of the United States.
Due to his extensive experience in transportation, Mr. Crekley was selected by Mayor Daniella Levine Cava to oversee the division of 4,000 employees with a budget of $ 700 million and a capital budget of $ 5.5 billion over six years. It was done.
In his choice, he said, “I think it’s the ability to live up to expectations.”
Klekley said he looks forward to having strong ties within the community and local governments. “We work with the community to find out what their needs are and make sure they are integrated into the projects and services we are responsible for.”
He was interviewed by Miami Today reporter Gabriella Enriques Stoiko.
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