Port of Long Beach approves Director of Project Controls

Long Beach Harbor Commissioners approves Director of Project Controls

The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners has approved the selection of Ashley Morteboy to lead the Project Controls Division at Port of Long Beach.

The Director of Project Controls is responsible for establishing and tracking schedules, budgets and costs for the timely delivery of the port’s infrastructure projects for the Engineering Services Bureau.

Morteboy comes to the Port of Long Beach after working two years as director of project controls at UC Davis Health, where he similarly oversaw the planning and design of the agency’s capital improvement programme.

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He previously served as a senior manager at Procter & Gamble for two years and brings more than 18 years of project controls experience working nationally and internationally throughout his career, which spans a wide range of capital investment ventures for many sectors and industries.

The appointment of Morteboy is effective 29 July.

Last month, the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach announced that they would invest $25 million in a collaboration with regional air quality authorities.

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