Mark Naysmith

UK Managing Director of WSP, the global professional consultancy

Mark Naysmith is the UK Managing Director for WSP. Mark began his career in 1988 as a structural engineer with Kenchington Little & Partners, which was acquired by WSP soon after. During his 23 year tenure at WSP Mark established and became MD of WSP’s Transportation and Development business and served on the Board of Directors before becoming Deputy MD and now MD of the overall UK business.

He has been involved in a number of high profile projects from design through to project director including the Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh; Omega Business Park, Warrington; Inverness Arc, east Inverness expansion, and the Earls Court Redevelopment in London.

www.wspgroup.co.uk
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