• 12 May 2017

Waterman appoints New Framework Director

We are delighted to welcome Amrit Ghose as our New Framework Director to help strengthen Waterman’s involvement with Local Authorities and frameworks.

Amrit joins us from AECOM’s Transportation business, where he was Regional Director and responsible for highway-bridge frameworks and business development. Earlier in his career, he also worked for one of Waterman’s predecessor companies DHV Burrow-Crocker.

Amrit is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Environmentalist, as well as a fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers. As an active ICE and professional committee member he is also co-chairing the ICE London/ SE Diversity Task Force.

Neil Humphrey, Chief Operating Officer of Waterman’s Infrastructure & Environment business, commented; “We are delighted to welcome Amrit to the team. His appointment is part of our strategic expansion plan to increase our presence in the public sector. Amrit strengthens our highway and bridges capabilities and he will play an important role in building on the experience and expertise we have developed specifically to support local authorities.”

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