Amey appoints new Head of Consulting Division

01 July 2014
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Amey, the UK’s fastest growing engineering consultancy and one of the country’s leading public and regulated services providers, has appointed Dave Spencer as managing director of its consultancy business.

Dave is a Chartered civil engineer and joins Amey from Capita where, as an Executive Director, he spent over a decade leading and growing a number of the company’s businesses including their infrastructure division.

Andy Milner, managing director of Amey’s Consulting, Rail and Strategic Highways division said: “Dave has a strong track record of delivering growth, developing strong client relationships and motivating teams. He will build on the considerable success of our consultancy business by leading the drive of our internationally recognised asset management approach which enables our clients to make really intelligent long-term decisions about their infrastructure.”

Dave will report to Andy Milner as part of his Consulting, Rail and Strategic Highways executive team.

Dave said:
“I’m excited to be joining Amey at a time when the UK is starting to increasingly recognise the importance of infrastructure and the value of good asset management. I see Amey, and parent company Ferrovial Services, as leaders in this and look forward to working with new colleagues and business partners to better support our infrastructure customers both in the UK and overseas.”

Amey’s consulting business employees over 3,000 strategists, modellers, civil engineering designers, and service delivery specialists. Over half are members or fellows of the Institute of Civil Engineers and around 10% are graduates. It is Ferrovial’s international Centre of Excellence for Asset Management; enabling intelligent infrastructure decisions for some of the world’s biggest asset owners.


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