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News » UK » Ramboll appoints new UK boss » published 23 Aug 2016

Ramboll appoints new UK boss

Mathew Riley has joined consulting engineer Ramboll as its new UK managing director.

Mathew Riley is now managiung director of Ramboll UK Above: Mathew Riley is now managiung director of Ramboll UK

Mathew Riley joins Ramboll from Arcadis, where he was managing director for the infrastructure, industry and utility sectors across the UK, Middle East and Asia.

He was with Arcadis for nearly seven years, having previously worked for Laing O’Rourke and spent over 16 years at BAA, giving him the unusual distinction of experience with a major client, contractor and consultant.

“I am excited to join the team at Ramboll,” he said, “a business recognised for its heritage, exceptional talent and incredible portfolio of projects. I am excited to begin engaging with Ramboll’s clients, understanding their business needs and to create value through the solutions we provide.”

Since Steve Canadine left in September 2015, Ramboll UK has been temporarily led by Robert Arpe, managing director of Ranboll Denmark.

Søren Holm Johansen, group executive director and chairman of Ramboll UK, added: “We are delighted to welcome someone of Mathew’s calibre to Ramboll. We are committed to expanding our business in the UK and Mathew’s considerable expertise and experience in the industry will help us to achieve this aim.”




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This article was published on 23 Aug 2016 (last updated on 23 Aug 2016).

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