Amey, the infrastructure management and investment company has appointed Neil Pullen as business director of its utilities water south business
Neil Pullen, who has held the interim position since November, will continue to build Amey’s water capability in the southern region and help successfully deliver large scale contracts such as Severn Trent.
An independent management consultant since 2017, Neil has supported a broad spectrum of clients in utilities, metering, telecoms, construction, and the facilities management sectors. Prior to this, Neil worked at National Grid for ten years, across a number of senior roles.
Neil brings a wealth of engineering, operational and commercial experience to the business.
His knowledge of complex regulatory environments and utility transmission and distribution means he is well-positioned to deliver results in challenging environments.
Speaking about his appointment, utilities managing director Andy Halsall, commented; “I am delighted that Neil is now a permanent member of the Amey team.
“Since taking on the role in November he has made a huge impact on the business – improving operational performance across our contracts and offering strong strategic leadership.
“I am in no doubt that Neil will be a firm contributor towards the future success of the business.”
Amey also recently announced the appointment of two new managing directors, Andy Halsall and Craig McGilvray, to its executive team, after Amanda Fisher was named CEO in December.