Roger Scott Appointed to Lead Americas Pharmaceuticals Sector

Mike LePostollec
Faithful+Gould is pleased to announce that Roger Scott, based in our Philadelphia office, has been appointed to lead the pharmaceuticals and biotechnology sector for the Americas region.

In his new role, Roger will continue to develop our longstanding client relationships within the sector while co-ordinating new opportunities through John Macdonald, who was recently appointed as the global sector lead.

"Growing our relationships with key clients is a crucial element to Faithful+Gould's overall strategy, and Roger has the necessary knowledge and skillset to expand our platform in the sector and maintain our established relationships."

Reza Amirkhalili, Faithful+Gould President and Managing Director - Americas  

Roger has nearly 30 years of experience in the public and private sectors, with a focus on corporate and commercial clients working in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, fine chemicals and synergy fields. Since joining Faithful+Gould, he has served as a quantity surveyor and project controls specialist, representing owners on numerous projects. His expertise also includes quantity surveying, program governance and audit solutions for programs. As an operations director in Faithful+Gould's Philadelphia office, Roger has been instrumental in developing the firm's relationships with several top global pharma clients. 

Reza Amirkhalili, president and managing director - Americas, said: "Growing our relationships with key clients is a crucial element to Faithful+Gould’s overall strategy, and Roger has the necessary knowledge and skillset to expand our platform in the sector and maintain our established relationships."

Faithful+Gould has more than 35 years of experience in the pharma sector with operations in the Americas, UK and Europe and Asia Pacific. The firm's extensive expertise spans research facilities, development laboratories and pilot plants, primary and secondary manufacturing units, biotech and sterile facilities, offices, warehouses and associated infrastructure.

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