engineering services director,
Manchester Airports Group
Paul is the Engineering Services Director for Manchester Airport Group. He is responsible for Manchester, Stansted, East Midlands & Bournemouth Airports as well as supporting the Group’s strategy to acquire new airport assets and develop its portfolio.
Paul has over 30 years experience in the management, planning, design, construction, operation, and development of airports. Paul leads a team of 130 engineers, programme managers, architects, planners and aviation professionals delivering £300 million a year portfolio of projects to modernise and transform our airport facilities.
Prior to joining Manchester Airport Group Paul was the Global Head of Aviation for Arcadis. He is experienced in preparing and developing multi-disciplinary teams to support major airport design and development projects across the world. Paul has held a number of key management posts to facilitate the opening and start up operations of International Airports, including the opening of Athens International Airport, the planning and Operations for the Athens 2004 and Beijing Olympic Games, and the Programme Manager on behalf of the Portuguese State for the Privatisation of ANA, the design and development of Lima Airport in Peru and the opening of Sao Paulo Airport in Brazil.