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Darlow joins Dyer & Butler as rail director

Chris Darlow has been appointed rail director at the multi-disciplinary engineering specialists Dyer & Butler.

Chris will use his 20 years of experience in the industry to develop Dyer & Butler’s rail business.

Chris was previously rail delivery director for Osborne, where he was responsible for the minor works business and major rail programmes, including the Network Rail IP Southern CP5 Multi-Functional Framework for the Wessex route.

Part of M Group Services, Dyer & Butler serves the airport, railway and highway sectors.

Dyer & Butler managing director Neil Edwards said: “Chris brings extensive specialist rail and metro experience to this role, having successfully overseen an impressive range of high-profile, multi-disciplinary engineering projects including civil, building, M&E, signalling and telecoms, further strengthening our rail team and being an important part of our growth strategy for the rail business.

“Our rail division delivers a wide range of services and solutions tailored for the rail industry and Chris brings considerable sector knowledge and skills to this important role. I am delighted to welcome Chris to our management team.”

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Correction: Chris was responsible for minor works, major rail programmes and the Wessex route framework while at Osborne not Dyer & Butler as was stated in the print issue.


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