New Cost Management Director joins Currie & Brown’s Saudi Arabia team

John Carlton has joined Currie & Brown’s growing cost management team in Saudi Arabia.

John will be focusing on growing Currie & Brown’s cost management presence, working on multiple projects aligned with the Saudi Vision 2030. He will play an important part in Currie & Brown’s growth strategy, leveraging his technical capabilities and experience in senior leadership at tier 1 consultancies. 

Following extensive multi-sector career experience in Australia, John joins us from Arcadis, where he was a director.  

Commenting on his appointment, John said "I believe my experience in senior leadership and delivering cost management services over the last 15 years has prepared me to excel at this once in a lifetime opportunity to work on Vision 2030. 

"Careful and concise cost management services will be a key part of the success of Vision 2030, ensuring projects are delivered within budget while meeting end-user and sustainability requirements.

"I am excited to work with Currie & Brown in the Middle East to provide key cost management services on these career-defining projects that will leave a legacy for future generations."

James Irvine, Senior Director, KSA Lead added "We are delighted to welcome John to our Saudi Arabia business.  He will work closely with our other cost management directors focusing on key account management of existing key clients, driving the 2030 vision and assisting in the execution of our five-year growth strategy and wider KSA geographical expansion."

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