Kevin Chrisp Joins Faithful+Gould
NEW YORK, November 21, 2016
CEO of Faithful+Gould Donald Lawson said, “I am delighted to have Kevin join our team. Property and CRE are key areas of strategic focus for Faithful+Gould globally and his strong team approach, focus on service excellence and wealth of experience in capital project delivery programs are a good strategic and cultural fit for us.”
Chrisp joins the firm from ARCADIS, where he served as UK sector managing director and global account leader, specializing in CRE clients. He is skilled in creating, mobilizing and managing large teams and has extensive experience in capital project delivery programs across several global sectors including consumer goods and retail banks. He has successfully led several major programs for clients including Lloyds Banking Group, GSK, Rolls-Royce, TSB, HSBC, RBS and Boots.
Vice President and Corporate Real Estate Lead Saied Garebaglow said, “Kevin understands the complexities of the market, the competition and what the client needs to create an innovative global minded team across the regions. I am looking forward to working with Kevin to further grow the CRE Sector as well as our Faithful+Gould business worldwide.”
Chrisp said, “Faithful+Gould is a dynamic company with a great reputation in the industry and I look forward to utilizing my expertise and team ethic to help drive it forward.”
In addition to leading the CRE Sector, Kevin will help to develop Faithful+Gould’s program management capability. He will be based at Faithful+Gould’s headquarters in London.
Faithful+Gould is a world leading integrated leading project and program management consultancy. Operating at the forefront of our industry for more than 65 years, our integrated approach delivers business improvements and efficiencies that help to transform our clients’ visions into reality, across every environment and every sector. Our Americas region is headquartered in New York and has a team of approximately 600 professionals working from our strategically located offices across the Americas.