Mott MacDonald, a global management, engineering and development consultancy, has joined Fiatech, an international community recognised for leading the development and advancement of technology-based, value-adding solutions. Through its membership the consultancy will collaborate with cross-industry teams to identify, develop and deploy technologies to improve the way companies operate.
Existing members of Fiatech have strengths in the oil, gas and petrochemicals, power and heavy industry sectors. Membership is broadening to encompass civil infrastructure and building sectors and members now include engineering consultants and client organisations, as well as technology suppliers and academia. The membership of Fiatech is passionate about the development and adoption of innovative practices and technologies to realise the highest business value throughout the life cycle of major assets.
Mott MacDonald shares the same goals as Fiatech in terms of values and major engineering technology initiatives. The consultancy has a long history of using ingenuity to create lasting value for its customers, people and the communities it works in. The move will allow Mott MacDonald to contribute to Fiatech’s projects which support their own technology transformation, business improvement and building information modelling initiatives.
Derek Murray, Mott MacDonald’s head of service strategy, said: “As a leading global consultant our membership is driven by a desire to collaborate better and to advance industry. Along with other Fiatech members, we share a belief that only by working together we will bring needed benefits to the diverse sectors in which we work. We will also enhance our own customer offering in leading the world’s most challenging projects”.
Fiatech director, Ray Topping, said, “Fiatech is delighted to have Mott MacDonald join the industry leaders that participate in our global organization. Mott MacDonald’s commitment to innovation and industry leading practices will strongly align with Fiatech’s mission to work with industry stakeholders to make significant improvement in the delivery and management of capital facilities.”