Mott MacDonald has appointed Henry Luker as a director in its buildings and infrastructure business in the UK. He will support the consultancy’s growing global expertise in the delivery of advanced building solutions across a variety of project types and sectors.
Henry joins Mott MacDonald from Max Fordham, where he began his career 28 years ago as a building services engineer. He was most recently a senior partner at the firm, where he was responsible for a number of high profile projects as well the director responsible for business development. His recent projects include Zaha Hadid’s Stirling Prize winning National Museum of XXI Century Arts (MAXXI) in Rome, Herzog & de Meuron’s Tate Modern Extension, and Grand Musée d'Art Nantes with Stanton Williams.
Richard Mason, manager of Mott MacDonald’s buildings and infrastructure business in south east England, said: “Henry is extremely well respected in the industry, having worked with world-renowned architects on various international landmarks. The knowledge and experience he has developed during his career will be of great benefit to our clients and staff. It is important we have the best talent as we continue to expand our expertise and the client focused services we offer. Henry will bring a new, fresh perspective to this.”
Worldwide, Mott MacDonald designs and delivers buildings that are safe, striking, efficient and able to stand the test of time. By drawing on its vast expertise, technological capability and integrated approach the consultancy provides solutions that optimise all elements of the form or function of any building.