Acrow Bridge COO to become president, too

Bridge engineering and supply company Acrow Bridge has a new president.

Mark Joosten will take on the job while continuing his role as chief operating officer, working in the company’s Parsippany headquarters.

Paul Sullivan was named senior vice president – international, and will work from the international headquarters in New York City.

“Mark and Paul are exceptional leaders who, together, have more than three decades as members of the Acrow management team,” CEO Bill Killeen said. “Working with them in their new roles, I am confident that Acrow is well-positioned for continued growth in both domestic and international markets. As always, we are committed to meeting the bridge and transportation infrastructure needs of government agencies and contractors in more than 80 countries around the world.”

Joosten started his career as project manager in 1990. He earned a bachelor of science from Teaneck’s Fairleigh Dickenson University and is a member of the American Welding Society and the nonprofit technical organization Heavy Movable Structures Inc.

Sullivan has successfully led Acrow’s international business expansion, most recently as vice president of International Business Development.