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The Mott MacDonald Group is an employee-owned company management, engineering and development consultancy serving the public and private sectors world-wide. The firm employs more than 14,000 staff and works in 140 countries.

History

The firm was created in 1989 through the merger of Mott, Hay and Anderson, a transportation engineering consultancy, and Sir M MacDonald & Partners, a water engineering consultancy.

Mott, Hay & Anderson

Mott, Hay & Anderson was founded in 1902 by Basil Mott and David Hay, engineers who had worked together on the City & South London Railway. David Anderson joined the firm in 1921 after returning from army service. The founders had two important mentors: J H Greathead and Sir Benjamin Baker.

Sir M MacDonald & Partners

Sir M MacDonald & Partners was founded by Sir Murdoch MacDonald, a former advisor to the Ministry of Public Works in Egyptmarker, who entered into partnership with PH East (who had also been an engineer in the Egyptian Government Service) and OL Prowde.

Post-merger

The firm has expanded over the years through the acquisition of Ewbank Preece (power & telecommunications specialists) in 1994, Cambridge Education Associates (education consultants) in 2000, Dalal Consultants (an Indianmarker-based firm) in 2001, Franklin + Andrews (cost consultants) in 2002 and HLSP (a health practice) in 2003.

Operations

Today Mott MacDonald has over 14,000 staff located in 150 offices, working on projects in over 140 countries. Mott MacDonald is engaged in public and private sector development across a wide range of markets, including:
  • Buildings
  • Communications
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Industry
  • Oil and gas
  • Power
  • Transport
  • Urban development
  • Water


Projects

The Liverpool Entrance of the Queensway Tunnel
Some of the Group’s historical projects include:

Construction of the new Wembley, looking east, taken January 2006


Other key projects include:

Latest awards

Highlights of Mott MacDonald's recent award successes:
  • The Sunday Times Top 20 Best Big Companies survey 2009 – Mott MacDonald is the 5th Best Big Company to Work For
  • Winner of the NCE/ACE International Consultant Award 2009
  • UK's Sunday Times Top 20 Best Big Companies 2008 – Mott MacDonald was ranked as the 8th Best Big Company to Work For
  • Building Awards - Project of the Year 2008
  • Public Private Finance Awards 2008 – Best Technical Advisor
  • NCE/ACE Consultants of the Year Awards 2008 - International Consultant of the Year 2008
  • British Expertise Awards 2007 - Major Consultancy Firm of the Year
  • Builder and Engineer Awards 2007 - Sports and Leisure Project of the Year
  • Green Construction Awards 2007 - Green Major Project of the Year
  • The Sunday Times KPMG Top Track 100 – Mott MacDonald was ranked 61st place in the Top Track 100, Britain’s 100 biggest private companies recorded for 2007
  • UK's Sunday Times Top 20 Best Big Companies 2007 – Mott MacDonald was ranked as the 11th Best Big Company to Work For
  • Public Private Finance Awards 2007 – Best Technical Advisor
  • 2007 BE Awards of Excellence – Awarded for Civil Engineering Visualization and Simulation


Engineering and other related disciplines

References

  1. Mott MacDonald: Our heritage
  2. Mott MacDonald: About us
  3. Sunday Times Mott MacDonald ranked 5th
  4. NCE/ACE International Consultant Award 2009
  5. Mott MacDonald ranked 8th
  6. Mott MacDonald celebrates Manchester Civil Justice Centre success
  7. Public Private Finance Awards 2008
  8. Mott MacDonald claims top billing
  9. Mott MacDonald's British Expertise Award
  10. Builder & Engineer online
  11. Green Construction Awards 2007
  12. Top Track 100 2007
  13. Sunday Times Best Big Companies 2007
  14. Public Private Finance Awards 2007
  15. Bentley announces winners of BE awards


Further reading

  • Newman Neame Ltd. (1965), Mott, Hay & Anderson, Consulting Civil Engineers
  • Mott MacDonald (2002), One hundred years of transportation


External links




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