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Anna Delvecchio heads up transportation development at Mott MacDonald


Anna Delvecchio has joined engineering consultant Mott MacDonald as development director of itstransportation business for the UK and Europe.

She moves from Amey, where she was commercial accounts director, and brings with her knowledge and expertise from senior commercial, development and programme management roles in the transport sector.

Between 2015 and 2019, Anna was seconded by Amey to the Rail Delivery Group, where she was programme director of the Rail Sector Deal between industry and government.

In her new role, Anna will focus on external engagement and support Mott MacDonald’s account leadership programme, enhancing its profile in the transport sector.


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