Aurecon has appointed Leighton Greenland as infrastructure leader and Kevin Miller as digital practice leader ato strengthen its expertise in the Middle East.
Mr Greenland has 26 years’ experience as a chartered civil and structural engineer, supervising the construction of major public and private infrastructure projects in transport, water, energy, waste, commercial, residential, and industrial sectors in Ireland, the UK and the Middle East.
Mr Miller has more than 17 years’ experience helping companies improve efficiency through harnessing the power of digital platforms.
“Kevin’s appointment completes the third pillar of our business strategy in the region; the first and second pillars being innovation and architect of record services,” Aurecon Middle East regional director Ermis Marque ssaid.
“Our digital practice will help our clients harness the latest digital tools such as visualisation and augmented reality to understand the true value created by their investments and bring their boldest ideas to reality.
“Leighton brings extensive leadership experience in the design and delivery of large scale public infrastructure projects in the Gulf Co-operation Council. His keen understanding of how communities are planned will ensure that our clients develop road networks that are responsive to the users’ evolving needs.”