updated: 6/9/2010 8:03:52 AM

Browning Named Schneider President

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Former Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Karl Browning has been named president of The Schneider Corp. He joined the Indianapolis-based company in March as chief operating officer. Browning succeeds David Adams, who has been serving as interim president.

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INDIANAPOLIS – (June 8, 2010) – The Schneider Corporation (http://www.schneidercorp.com), a provider of creative solutions for land, infrastructure and facilities projects that help increase revenue, lower costs and mitigate risk, has appointed Karl Browning president.

Browning succeeds David J. Adams, a member of The Schneider Corporation board, who was appointed interim president and COO in December 2008, and is maintaining his position on the board.

Adams was tasked with guiding the company through a turbulent time for the construction industry and allied businesses related to the economic recession. “Over the past 18 months, we have taken steps to ensure that The Schneider Corporation is profitable and positively positioned,” said Adams. “The time is right to transition to a permanent president to continue the momentum.”

“We are extremely grateful to David for his guidance,” said Victoria Schneider Temple, CEO and chairman of The Schneider Corporation. “We value his leadership and look forward to Karl’s stewardship to further our growth.”

Browning joined Schneider in March as COO after working as commissioner of the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) where he served in Governor Mitch Daniels’ cabinet.

About The Schneider Corporation
The Schneider Corporation is a full-service national engineering firm, which applies professional expertise, sophisticated technology and unparalleled business practices to the areas of Engineering, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Surveying. Customers include both private and public organizations in industries including energy, commercial, corporate, federal, state & local government, academic, and residential. Breadth of services includes geotechnical engineering, GIS, site development, architecture, environmental engineering, municipal engineering, transportation, landscape architecture, and construction management services. For more information about Schneider, please visit www.schneidercorp.com.

Source: The Schneider Corporation

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