SNC-Lavalin names global resources president


SNC-Lavalin, a leading project management and infrastructure company, has appointed Craig Muir as the company's new president for resources including oil and gas, and mining and metallurgy markets. In his new role, Muir will be based in the UAE.

SNC-Lavalin, a global fully integrated professional services and project management company, has appointed Craig Muir as the new president for resources. 
 
As part of the executive committee, Muir is based in the UAE and leads the company’s global Resources sector, including oil and gas, and mining and metallurgy markets. In his new role he will be reporting to Chief Operating Officer Ian Edwards. 
 
With over 30 years of experience in the offshore and onshore oil and gas industry, Muir is a seasoned executive with world-class expertise in managing large-revenue, high-growth engineering businesses, as well as extensive project experience at some of the world’s leading consultancies. 
 
He has worked in many international locations from the UK to the Middle East, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Far East.
 
“As a global leader in oil and gas, and mining and metallurgy markets, SNC-Lavalin has built a proven track record of delivering a multitude of world-class projects and developing long-term relationships with top tier clients,” remarked Edwards. 
 
“I am very excited about the appointment of Muir who brings wealth of international experience to our resources sector. Located in the Middle East, which is a high growth region, I’m confident that he’ll continue to leverage our combined strengths and lead our business expansion globally,” he stated.
 
On his new role, Muir said: “I am delighted to join SNC-Lavalin that has established a global reputation of delivering some of the world’s leading projects in the engineering and construction industries."
 
"I look forward to working together with the executive team and our high caliber global expertise to continue providing top-notch services to our clients," he added.-TradeArabia News Service