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BAE Systems appoints Andrew Wolstenholme OBE, Managing Director, Maritime and Land UK

Posted 14 March 2018 · Add Comment

BAE Systems has announced that Andrew Wolstenholme OBE will join BAE Systems plc from 24 May 2018, in a newly-created role on the Executive Committee as Group Managing Director, Maritime and Land UK.



Andrew will be responsible for BAE Systems’ Maritime and Land UK sectors and will report directly to Chief Executive, Charles Woodburn.
 
Andrew joins BAE Systems from Crossrail Ltd., where he led Europe's largest infrastructure project for the last seven years. He has extensive experience in business leadership and delivering major engineering projects in the UK, Asia and North America, including the delivery of Heathrow Airport's Terminal 5.
 
Charles Woodburn said: “Andrew has a proven track record in leading major organisations and his diverse knowledge and business insight will complement the skills, talent and sector expertise within our Maritime and Land UK teams as they focus on delivering our commitments to our customers.”

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