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Skanska appoints former Network Rail FD as new CFO

Meliha Duymaz has joined Skanska UK as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Executive Vice President. Meliha is an established finance leader with a breadth of experience across services, operations and major construction projects and will report to President and CEO, Gregor Craig.

Meliha joins Skanska UK from Network Rail, where she was Finance Director for the eastern region running from London to Scotland, its largest regional business with 10,000 employees.

In this role she has overseen a significant portion of Network Rail’s investment budget in multi-billion-pound programmes and projects. Prior to this, Meliha served as Managing Director for the Anglia Route, leading multifunctional teams responsible for infrastructure management and service delivery for some of the most intensely operated rail routes into London.

Before joining Network Rail in 2012, Meliha worked for a diverse range of organisations including Serco and Huntsworth.


Gregor Craig, President and CEO of Skanska UK said: “I am delighted to welcome Meliha to Skanska UK, bringing her broad experience across a variety of sectors.”

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