Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Amey plc
Amey plc offers construction related support services in the areas of utilities, highways, waste management, rail, justice solutions, social housing, and facilities management. It offers services in the areas of consulting, water, power projects, gas projects, metering services, strategic highways, rail projects, local highways, environmental and waste services, defense projects, facilities management, integrated health and care, and transportation projects. Amey plc was formerly known as Amey Roadstone Construction Limited and changed its name to Amey plc in 1989. The company was founded in 1921 and is based in Oxford, United Kingdom. It has locations in Australia, Qatar, and the United Sta...
The Sherard Building
Edmund Halley Road
Oxford, OX4 4DQ
Founded in 1921
Key Executives for Amey plc
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director
Managing Director of Social Infrastructure and Customer Experience Business Unit
Managing Director of Local Government Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Amey plc Key Developments
Amey Announces Executive Appointments
Jul 21 16
Amey named the new managing directors who will oversee three areas of the business: James Haluch, becomes the managing director of Highways; Nicola Hindle becomes the managing director of Consulting & Rail; Rob Edmondson becomes the managing director of Environmental Services.
Amey plc Launches Cloud-Based Data System, Mercury
Jun 22 16
Amey plc is launching Mercury - their new cloudbased data analytics system - at this year's Institute of Asset Management Annual Conference in Edinburgh (June 20 - June 22). Mercury gathers, evaluates and interprets asset data from multiple sources to create predictive, intelligent analytics and presents them via intuitive and powerful visualisations. The system is designed to improve asset performance, reduce the cost of maintenance and help asset managers make informed decisions for the future. Mercury has already been deployed on a number of Amey's high profile infrastructure projects, including London Underground, where it has already been used to identify significant savings in escalator running costs. The benefits of Mercury include continuous monitoring to eliminate unnecessary site visits, intuitive diagnostics which predict asset behaviour and matches event and condition logs with maintenance logs.
Amey Appoints New Rosie Llewellyn as Associate Director of Origination
Apr 14 16
Amey announced the appointment of Rosie Llewellyn as Associate Director of Origination. Formerly, Llewellyn provided advisory services to UK and international lenders, sponsors and investors on schools and biomass projects and acquisition schemes.
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