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WSP's new head of rail aims to double revenue in two years

WSP has appointed former Amey programme director Julie Carrier to head up its rail business.

Ms Carrier said she was aiming to double WSP’s rail revenue within two years.

In her role at Amey, Ms Carrier worked on the Edinburgh – Glasgow Improvement Programme and Crossrail. Prior to working at Amey she was engineering director at Colas Rail. 

The appointment follows that of its new head of rail systems, Chris Lawrence, who joined from Arup last year.

WSP announced its aim to grow market share in the UK from 2 per cent to 3 per cent over the next three years through net revenue growth of 10 per cent annually. 

WSP head of infrastructure Duncan Symonds said: “We are now focusing on developing our rail business into a wider service offering both in the UK and to support our global business.”

Ms Carrier said: “My goal is to double revenue over the next two years and we will achieve this through challenge, innovation and strong working relationships built on trust.”

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