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Mark Prior takes dual role at AECOM

AECOM has appointed Mark Prior as head of Programme, Cost and Consultancy (PCC) in the Middle East and head of Offices in the EMEA Commercial Market sector.

In this dual role, Mark will lead the team to continue delivering a solutions-driven approach to provide the best outcomes for clients investing in infrastructure, property and construction. Mark will be based in the Middle East.

AECOM’s commitment to the Middle East is highlighted by several major projects, including Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi and the expansion of Abu Dhabi International Airport. For both of these projects AECOM’s PCC specialists are providing management services during the construction phase, helping to transform them into world class facilities.

As EMEA head of offices in the commercial market sector Mark joins the already well-established multi-disciplinary commercial market sector team led by Peter Flint and Nick Clare, who are committed to designing and delivering world class office, retail, residential and mixed use projects across the region.

“I am excited to be taking on the challenge of leading the PCC team in the Middle East and the Offices team in the EMEA Commercial Market Sector”, said Mark. “AECOM’s team has a strong reputation for innovation and innate focus on client satisfaction. I look forward to getting involved and working with clients to meet their needs and develop the AECOM offering.”

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