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Mike Muldoon joins executive board of SYSTRA Ltd as business development director

Bringing over 30 years of transport industry experience serving clients and customers around the world, Mike Muldoon has joined the team at SYSTRA Ltd as business development director for UK and Ireland, and as a member of the executive board

Mike joins SYSTRA Ltd from Alstom UK, where he led the focus on developing, promoting and applying emerging decarbonisation technologies, and the resulting closer integration of the transport and energy sectors.  

SYSTRA‘s CEO, Nick Salt said, “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Mike to our executive board for UK and Ireland, he brings a wealth of experience driving growth in new and emerging sectors. 


“SYSTRA has developed a strong position in the UK and Ireland, growing our core consultancy and engineering capability to respond to the needs of the transportation and infrastructure markets.”

Mike’s career began in rail rolling stock before moving into project delivery. In 2010 he joined Alstom UK and Ireland as tenders director before becoming head of business development in 2017. 

Mike Muldoon said, “I am delighted to be joining SYSTRA at such a pivotal time in the development of transport and infrastructure in the UK and Ireland.

“Behaviours and needs across the region are changing and the sectors we serve must evolve and grow to facilitate this change.  If people are to have the freedom and opportunity to travel sustainably and affordably in the future, we must apply the strength and diversity of SYSTRA in both our existing areas of proven success and along new and exciting paths.”

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