Mott MacDonald hires infrastructure engineering expert Chris Dulake

09 June 2016 1 min. read
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Mott MacDonald has hired Chris Dulake as its Major Projects Portfolio Director. He has more than 30 years of engineering consulting experience, and, in his last role was the Director on a high-speed rail network proposal at HS2. In his new role, Dulake will be tasked with winning over clients requiring services for their major infrastructure projects.

Prior to joining Mott MacDonald, Chris Dulake worked at HS2 as an engineering Director for the first phase of the proposed High Speed 2 rail corridor connecting London to the North of England via a high-speed rail network. Previously, Dulak worked as the Chief Engineer on various Crossrail projects over a seven year period, acting as the single point of engineering and technical authority for the programme.

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Dulak joins Mott MacDonald in the role of Major Projects Portfolio Director. Dulak will be responsible for building the firm’s portfolio of major infrastructure projects in the UK and internationally, by providing insight into the current needs of potential clients and engaging them with Mott MacDonald’s propositions. He will not be involved in HS2’s current procurement processes.

Mike Haigh, Mott MacDonald Group Board Director, says “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.”