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Steele leaves rail

Network Rail’s commercial and development director Matthew Steele has left the rail industry behind and moved into the utilities sector.

The chartered mechanical engineer was previously the programme director at Crossrail and also the head of power, communications and cooling upgrades for the London Underground.

He joins Balfour Beatty as its new gas and water division managing director.


Read more: London Overground operator appoints engineering director


 

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