Sweett Group appoints two directors

Construction business Sweett Group announced Monday the appointment of two directors to strengthen its infrastructure consultancy team.

Construction business Sweett Group announced Monday the appointment of two directors to strengthen its infrastructure consultancy team.

Rajiv Sudan has been selected as the director for utility services and David Mitchell as the director for mining, oil and gas services.

Sudan joins Sweett Group from Balfour Beatty and has more than 25 years of experience in senior roles across consulting and contracting sectors. He will be based in London and responsible for developing the group's services in utilities and infrastructure sectors.

Mitchell will lead the group's mining, oil and gas practice, focusing mainly on the Middle East, Americas and Asia Pacific regions. He has more than 40 years of experience in roles as Head of Contracts Management with Alstom Power in Switzerland and Director of International Operations with Currie & Brown.

The appointments come after improvements in infrastructure and new commissions with EDF Energy and Transport for London in the UK and Dubai Airports in the Middle East.

The Group is also working on infrastructure on behalf of the Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway (MTR) and Hong Kong Airport Authority.

RD

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