Ramboll appoints three directors to highways division

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Ramboll has expanded its highways division with the appointment of Rosie Simon as national highways key account director, Anne Millar as highways commercial director, and Peter Takács, as bridges director

Rosie Simon will strengthen and grow Ramboll’s position and services for one of its key clients. She will support delivery excellence, customer safety and drive sustainable solutions.

Simon’s has a career that spans 25 years and has worked with contractors and consultancies delivering major infrastructure projects. She has taken leading roles in working with clients including National Highways, Network Rail, High Speed 2 and Local Authorities.

Peter Takács’ career spans 24 years. He will further strengthen Ramboll’s market-leading design service as well as growing its bridges advisory services.

He joins from AECOM as bridges director and has previously worked on some of the most significant schemes in recent years including A303 Stonehenge, Silvertown Tunnel, Crossrail and the Stockholm bypass.

Ramboll’s highways division has grown significantly

Anne Millar joins Ramboll as commercial director from Stantec and brings extra capacity to support major project delivery, ensuring alignment with clients’ commercial needs, whilst providing clients with cost and programme certainty.

Millar has 18 years of experience in commercial delivery; managing cost, risk, and programmes, especially in major highway schemes.

Jon Harding, divisional director for highways said: “In the last four years Ramboll’s highways portfolio has grown significantly, and the investment into our new strategic hires supports our ambitious growth plans.

“They bring with them technical excellence, focus on client delivery and dedication to sustainable outcomes, supporting our aim to create stakeholder value, whilst aligning with our company’s purpose to create sustainable societies.”

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