Faithful+Gould Strengthens Middle East Industry With New Appointment

Jenny Malem
Faithful+Gould Middle East has appointed a new Head of Industry to focus on opportunities within the energy sector (oil & gas, power and nuclear) and manufacturing industry.

Darren Bellew will take up the new role with immediate effect after serving as the company’s UAE Country Director in Dubai since 2005, including four years in the US industrial team. With 31 years experience in project and commercial management, Darren will oversee all major projects in three of the region’s most challenging industries.

"Darren has a fantastic track record and good local knowledge of the region. His new role will ensure we are in the best possible position to deliver strong and consistent growth"

Campbell Gray, Faithful+Gould’s Managing Director

Campbell Gray, Faithful+Gould’s managing director says: "The demand from clients to provide high quality project management consultancy (PMC) support for major projects in the industry sector is unprecedented and it is essential we have the best people to take advantage of these opportunities. Darren has a fantastic track record and good local knowledge of the region. His new role will ensure we are in the best possible position to deliver strong and consistent growth."

"We have a great opportunity to make a difference in the industry sector, as our focused integrated project management approach to support clients will help maintain the highest possible standards and drive international best practice."

Darren Bellew, Faithful+Gould's Head of Industry

Darren commented on how he’s looking forward to the challenging new role: "We're encouraged by the appetite of our global industry clients for delivering significant work programmes, for which they require project and programme management help. We have a great opportunity to make a difference in the industry sector, as our focused integrated project management approach to support clients will help maintain the highest possible standards and drive international best practice."

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