Mott MacDonald appoints new education and sustainability expert

Posted: Thursday 20th May 2010

Mott MacDonald has appointed Professor Paul Clarke as a senior consultant to its health and education business. Based in Mott MacDonald’s Cambridge office, Professor Clarke will take on a key role in educating and empowering clients and communities on sustainability issues.

Professor of Education at St Mary’s College in London, Paul Clarke has worked as a teacher, teacher adviser and university lecturer. He is the director and co-founder of Incredible Edible, a social enterprise organisation that is engaged in community food security research and development projects in the UK and overseas, and a director in the IQEA (Improving the Quality of Education for All) programme.

Professor Clarke has written a number of books and articles and sits on the editorial board of a number of international journals, including: Education, Knowledge and the Economy, the Improving Schools journal and Professional Development Today.

Mott MacDonald's education director, Tony Smith said: “Paul's new role will see him assisting on school improvement programmes as well as sustainability education. He adds enormous value to a range of Mott MacDonald’s business streams, notably Building Schools for the Future. Incredible Edible has interested a number of Local Authorities with which Mott MacDonald works and is genuinely innovative, especially in terms of reaching disengaged young people.”

Mott MacDonald's group sustainability champion, Paul Ashley said: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Paul to the business. Mott MacDonald is a leader in the health and education sector and Paul’s expertise, knowledge, experience and enthusiasm will help strengthen the quality of services that we can deliver to clients both in the UK and globally.”

A truly multi-disciplinary group, Mott MacDonald offers a comprehensive range of sustainability services across all sectors from buildings, water, environment, energy, education, health and transport to industry. With teams working specifically on sustainability-related projects across six continents, and with many key staff considered to be world authorities in their fields, Mott MacDonald is committed to promoting best practice in sustainability. For more information go to

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