Moore started in the new job in June. Credit: Aecom

Veteran Moore moves to Aecom

Jonathan Moore has joined the consulting giant as head of project programme and cost management covering the North and Midlands after 30-plus years with Arcadis.

Moore started work in his new role in June, and is based from Manchester. He will also be charged with spearheading commercial growth more widely, with a special focus on Birmingham and the Midlands.

At Arcadis and its predecessor EC Harris, Moore held various partner-levels positions dating back to 2001, in an industry career spanning 40 years.

He was a founding partner of EC Harris in Manchester and worked in several global locations before returning to the city in 2016.

Most recently he was a leader in Arcadis Gen, the company’s digital business providing software solutions to clients. Moore was also a founding board member of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership.

Jo Streeten, head of project, programme and cost management (buildings and places) at Aecom, said: “With major property opportunities across the North, Jonathan takes on a critical role to enhance and grow our offer in the region. He brings strong local experience and a passion for prosperity in the North to AECOM and our clients.”

Moore added: “The North is going through an ambitious transformation as it looks to level up its regional economy with the rest of the UK. AECOM is reaffirming its long-term commitment to the region, and I look forward to bringing the business’s scale and diversity of expertise to our real estate clients and their projects.”

In a LinkedIn post, Moore also said: “Throughout my career I have been fortunate to work for many world-class firms, serving many leading clients, delivering major projects across a range of sectors. I am looking forward immensely to playing a pivotal role in making AECOM a leader in these regions.”

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