AMEC Announces New Organisational Structure (UK)

AMEC, the international engineering and project management company, announces its new organisational structure, designed to more fully support the future needs of its customers.

Going forward the company will be managed geographically, with Simon Naylor, John Pearson and Hisham Mahmoud promoted to be Group Presidents of Americas, Europe and Growth Regions respectively. All will report directly to the Chief Executive, Samir Brikho.

Mr Brikho said: “We see incremental benefits from providing all our services not only across our four markets of oil & gas, mining, clean energy and environment & infrastructure but also in each of our geographies. By continuing to work closely together, we can ensure our customers receive a high-quality and seamless service wherever in the world they are operating. I am confident this new structure will allow us to achieve this and so provide access to previously untapped growth opportunities.”

Press Release, October 12, 2012

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