Mott MacDonald has appointed Ken Norbury as managing director of its UK and Europe built environment business
Ken Norbury succeeds Cathy Travers, who has become managing director of its UK and Europe regional business.
Ken joined Mott MacDonald in 1997 and has held positions including transport sector lead for the company’s built environment business, sub divisional manager and practice lead for rail. His project management experience covers large rail and civil engineering multidisciplinary schemes and is Mott MacDonald’s client account manager for Network Rail.
Prior to Mott MacDonald, Ken held several positions at AMEC Civil Engineering, including senior geotechnical engineer.
Commenting on Ken’s appointment, Cathy Travers, said: “I’m delighted that Ken will be leading our built environment business, after two decades leading successful projects at Mott MacDonald. With over 30 years’ experience in feasibility, outline and detailed designs for a broad range of projects he has all the skills to do a wonderful job.”
Mott MacDonald appointed Cathy Travers as managing director of its UK and Europe regional business, succeeding James Harris who has become group managing director
Cathy Travers said: “I am very excited to start my new role, in which I’ll be focusing on excellence in both our delivery to clients and in how we develop and engage all of our people with a strong focus on digital and preparing us for the future.”