Torres-Quevedo Angoloti, a qualified mining engineer and a Spanish national, has more than 20 years’ experience in project management specifically focused on large construction projects in Spain. Prior to becoming an employee of the company, he worked for 9 years at Bovis Project Management where he spent the last two years working as a project management consultant on the Muga project in the company’s Pamplona office. Bovis is a large Spanish construction company with over 35 years’ experience in the project management space. Prior to Bovis, Torres-Quevedo Angoloti worked as a project manager at Dragados S.A. a part of ACS Group, a large construction and services company.
Highfield Resources CEO Peter Albert said: “I am delighted Leonardo accepted our offer to join our team as the Project Construction Director for Muga. His past experience makes him the perfect fit for the role and his most recent role as a consultant to Highfield means he already has an intimate understanding of the Muga Project. Leonardo’s expertise will be of great assistance to the company as it develops the Muga Project.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/21062019/highfield-resources-appoints-project-director-for-muga-potash-project/
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