Chris Dulake, Mott MacDonald’s major projects portfolio director, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering – the highest accolade in the profession.
Each year Fellows of the Academy nominate and elect their peers for this prestigious Fellowship in recognition of their contributions towards the engineering profession. This is the highest national honour that an engineer can receive and is awarded to the UK’s most preeminent engineers representing the nation’s best engineering researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, and business and industry leaders.
Chris has held a number of key engineering positions with major consulting companies. Until recently, he was HS2’s engineering director. Prior to this Chris was chief engineer for Crossrail, the largest construction project in Europe. He acted as the single point of engineering technical authority for the project and provided outstanding engineering technical leadership, being responsible for the engineering function in project delivery. He has been responsible for numerous important technical solutions for Crossrail, covering a very wide range of engineering challenges.
Chris Davis, Mott MacDonald’s professional excellence and practices director said: “I am delighted to see Chris elected Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. This reflects his substantial contribution to the engineering profession which I am sure will continue through his work with Mott MacDonald.”