Mark Enzer OBE FREng has joined Mott MacDonald’s digital advisory business in an executive advisory role.
Until recently, Enzer was the company’s chief technology officer, having been appointed to that role in January 2017. BIMplus understands that Liz King, Mott MacDonald’s group head of excellence, will continue Enzer’s technical work.
According to a Mott MacDonald statement, Enzer will further cement the business’s place as “a leading and trusted digital adviser to infrastructure asset owners, especially in the context of addressing the macro challenges of climate change, net zero and social outcomes”.
He will support the team in guiding clients through the complexities of digital transformation, allowing them to unlock additional value.
Enzer’s new appointment comes as the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB), of which he was director, concludes its part in the National Digital Twin programme later this month.
Enzer said: “It’s great to have the opportunity to support such an exciting team, which is at the forefront of digital transformation, strengthening our place as a leading digital adviser to infrastructure clients. I’m looking forward to enabling our growth both in terms of opportunities and capabilities, and talking to our clients, building on our already strong relationships.”
Andy Moulds, head of advisory at Mott MacDonald, said: “Mark is joining the team as we continue in our quest to empower lasting industry transformation. We are proud of the exceptional digital advisory services we deliver to our clients, which is made possible because of the fantastic people we have in the team. Mark’s experience and expertise in digital is second to none and will further strengthen our people, enabling us to address client challenges in the best way possible.”
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