Graeme Power-Hosking will lead ABP’s Port Talbot Transformation Programme
Today, Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s leading ports group, is pleased to announce that it has appointed Graeme Power-Hosking as the lead for the Port Talbot Transformation Programme.
Experienced in the development, design and delivery of complex airport and transport infrastructure projects, Graeme’s previous roles include working on the recent UK Government Port Infrastructure Fund, London Gatwick Airport’s North Terminal, London Heathrow Airport’s West Expansion DCO, the Metronet LUL upgrade and a range of projects in the Middle East, Europe and North America. Graeme will bring strategic and structured programme leadership to the many facets of ABP’s transformation plans for Port Talbot.
Julian Walker, ABP’s Chief Commercial Officer, said:
“We look forward to Graeme joining the team. ABP has exciting plans for the port of Port Talbot, which will transform it into the epicentre for floating offshore wind in the Celtic Sea, and a lead player in the decarbonisation of energy, manufacturing and logistics in Wales and beyond. With his extensive experience in leading complex major infrastructure programmes, it’s a great time to bring Graeme into the team.”
Graeme will take up his role on 8th September 2022.