Currie & Brown, one of the world’s leading physical assets management and construction consultancies, has appointed Campbell Gray as the new chief operating officer of integrated project management.
After 24 years with Faithful+Gould (now part of SNC-Lavalin), Campbell will join as Currie & Brown’s operational executive.
He was latterly managing director of the Faithful+Gould’s Middle East business and a member of its global senior leadership team.
Welcoming Campbell to the fold, group CEO Euan McEwan, said: "This is a new position Currie & Brown has created to support the increasing number of clients who are seeking multiple services through a single point of integrated thinking."
"With his strong background in integrated project management consultancy and his ability to provide innovative solutions to client organisations in the built environment, Campbell is a welcome addition to our executive team," he noted.
A leading player in the construction sector, Currie & Brown has principal offices in Dubai, Hong Kong, London, New York, Mumbai and Shanghai.
The company advises clients across a range of industries on the management of their physical assets – from procurement and construction to utilisation and disposal.
On his appointment, Campbell said: "I am delighted to be joining Currie & Brown at this exciting time as the company is expanding its service offering in integrated project management and embracing the opportunities that digital technology provides."
"I am looking forward to starting with the company and playing a pivotal role in its continued success and growth," he added.-TradeArabia News Service