HS2 loses engineering director

HS2 loses engineering director

HS2 engineering director Chris Dulake is taking up a new job in May with consulting engineer Mott MacDonald as major projects portfolio director.

HS2 loses engineering director
Above: Chris Dulake

He joins Mott MacDonald from HS2 Ltd, where he was engineering director for Phase 1. Before HS2, he spent seven years as chief engineer on the Crossrail project. During this time he was the single point of engineering technical authority for the programme, providing technical leadership to deliver a world-class level of performance.

Mott MacDonald has confirmed to HS2 Ltd that Chris Dulake will not be involved in HS2’s current procurement processes.

Mott MacDonald director Mike Haigh said: “Chris is a fantastic appointment for us as he has great insight into the priorities for clients undertaking major infrastructure projects. He will be a hugely valuable resource for our staff due to his vast experience and our clients can only benefit from his knowledge to help realise their project ambitions.”

 

 

 

 

HS2 loses engineering director

This article was published on 24 Mar 2016 (last updated on 24 Mar 2016).

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