SNC-Lavalin appoints SVP for Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific region

SNC-Lavalin appoints SVP for Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific region
Published: 24 October 2019 - 6 a.m.
By: Martin Menachery
SNC-Lavalin announced that Michael Dunn has been appointed senior vice president, resources, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific, effective 17 October 2019. Based in the United Arab Emirates, Dunn joins the company’s resources senior leadership team, leading the business’s oil and gas, and mining and metallurgy activities in these regions.

As we continue to grow our resources business in the Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific regions, the appointment of Michael Dunn will further strengthen our capabilities and market offering by delivering world-class, end-to-end engineering and consultancy, project delivery and asset management services,” said Craig Muir, president, resources at SNC-Lavalin.

“Bringing a wealth of experience and regional industry knowledge, I am confident that he will continue to cement our footprint and lead our business expansion for the future.”

Dunn joined SNC-Lavalin in May 2019 as managing director, resources, Arabian Gulf countries, ensuring their development strategies and operational capabilities are aligned with the new strategic focus of SNC-Lavalin’s resources sector.

Dunn has more than 20 years’ experience in operations and management, building businesses and delivering projects in the oil and gas, and mining and metallurgy markets in the UK, Middle East and Australia. His extensive 10 years’ GCC experience will also play a key role in repositioning the company’s service offering, leveraging its existing capabilities and delivering on its growth plans in the region.

Prior to joining SNC-Lavalin, he worked for 19 years with Worley where he held a number of senior positions, including leading country operations in Oman and Australia. His early career was spent with KBR, Falcon Drilling Company and McDermott International.

Dunn holds a Bachelor of Engineering, Hons, in mechanical engineering from Robert Gordon University, Scotland.

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