Arup announces Chisholm appointment
Douglas Chisholm has joined Arup in London, bringing over 30 years of leadership experience and knowledge in consultancy, construction and client-side programme management.
Chisholm will help drive the development of the firm’s highways and water advisory businesses, leading new business growth to strengthen its programme and project management position in infrastructure and industrial development.
Prior to joining Arup, Chisholm was transportation programme director at Atkins, where he led programmes and projects in the transportation sector for clients such as Highways England, Network Rail and Transport for London.
He also led teams in rail engineering consultancy and multi-discipline design, mobilising the joint Arup-Atkins team at Crossrail.
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