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News » US » GHD extends its range of services » published 16 Mar 2018

GHD extends its range of services

GHD has launched a new business aimed at North American asset owners.

GHD Advisory’s range of services extend beyond traditional engineering and include asset management (AM); infrastructure investment and economics (IIE); and risk, assurance and regulation (RAR).

Global lead asset management Roop Lutchman will spearhead the business in North America, providing a focus for the growth of the IIE and RAR businesses as well as AM. Roop is a published author on the topic and has worked on numerous international AM benchmarking projects including in Canada and the USA.

“Our North American clients are looking for someone who sees the big picture, not only across the whole life cycle of an asset, but across all their portfolios of assets,” he said. “We are extending our services across the entire life cycle of our clients’ projects; from the beginning of the asset’s life cycle, when a project is planned, designed and constructed, through its operations and maintenance, and ultimately to decommissioning, closure and capital recycling.”

GHD Advisory’s business globally is headed by Mark Read. “Our North American team has extensive experience in AM across Canada and the USA,” he said. “We are seeking to grow this part of our work, while drawing on the skills we have in Australia and New Zealand, to offer new services in North America, such as regulatory advice, strategy, business case, logistics, policy and due diligence for major asset transactions.”

GHD Advisory is part of GHD, which employs more than 4,000 people in North America in more than 130 offices. The company reported revenue of US$1.3 billion in the 2017 financial year.


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This article was published on 16 Mar 2018 (last updated on 16 Mar 2018).

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