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US-based consultant Navigant has opened an office in Doha, Qatar, due to an increasing demand for consultancy services in the country’s construction, petrochemicals and energy sectors
According to a statement by the US firm, Michael Kenyon has been appointed as country manager for Navigant, Doha. He earlier served as director for the company’s Dubai office.
Navigant executive vice-president Lee Spirer said, “As the implementation of Qatar’s National Vision 2030 gathers pace, our clients are increasingly requesting for support services to improve and protect project outcomes in sectors like construction, petrochemicals and energy.”
Navigant head of global construction practise David Tortorello said, “We are excited to expand our presence in the rapidly growing Middle East region, and to have Michael at the helm of the Doha operations.”
In 2010, Navigant opened its first office in the Middle East in Dubai. It has worked on projects like liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure developments and consulted for companies facing operations delays and disruptions in the Middle East.