GHD appoints new environment lead for northern hemisphere

Posted by aclimaadmin | abril 29, 2019 | Noticias del Sector

GHD has announced the appointment of Kurt Beil as market leader, environment.

Beil will have responsibility for the Australian-headquartered firm’s environment activities across the northern hemisphere in line with its global strategy, with a focus on «growing and differentiating GHD’s market presence in the environment market sector, leveraging the company’s strong legacy of technical innovation and client service excellence in North America, United Kingdom and Middle East,» the firm stated.

GHD general manager, client services, Catherine Tobiasinsky, commented: «GHD has a strong history in the environmental market sector. I am delighted to have Kurt join GHD, bringing his expertise, energy and global perspective to help drive and grow our presence in the environment market sector.»

Beil brings nearly 25 years of engineering, operations, and leadership experience focused on the development and delivery of commercial strategies and business impacting solutions for both private and public sector clients. He joins GHD after over 20 years at Arcadis in a number of roles, most recently as global leader – environmental restoration.

Fuente: environment-analyst.com

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