Paul Flatt

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Paul Flatt
Born (1968-10-02) 2 October 1968 (age 52)
Occupation CEO of Hurley Palmer Flatt

Paul Flatt BEng (Hons), CEng, FIET, FCIBSE (2 October 1968) is a British business executive. He is the Executive Group Chairman and CEO of the engineering consultancy Hurley Palmer Flatt.[1]

He transformed Hurley Palmer Flatt into an international consultancy and the UK's largest privately owned engineering consultancy.[2][3]


In 2009, Flatt oversaw the acquisition of building services consultancy Atco Consulting.[4] Flatt led the opening of offices in Singapore and Australia.[5] He spearheaded the buy-back of the company from private equity holders, making the business independent and preparing for the next stage of growth.[6] In 2014, Flatt acquired a majority share of the firm Andrew Reid & Partners, which became a subsidiary of Hurley Palmer Flatt.[7] In November 2016, he completed the acquisition of Bradbrook Consulting.[8]

Personal life

Flatt owns Childwickbury Stud, a horse breeding stud for Group 1 and Group 2 racing, and redeveloped the enterprise.[9][10] He is a court member of the Worshipful Company of Plumbers.[11]


  • Data Centre Business Leader of the Year DCD Award 2011 [12]


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  2. Croyden, This Is (8 January 2009). "Celebrations for Purley business success story". 
  3. Wright, Emily (2007). "Blockbusters". (13). 
  4. Modern Building, Services (3 February 2009). "Hurleypalmerflatt acquires Glasgow consultancy". 
  5. Dynamics, Data Centre (12 May 2010). "Hurleypalmerflatt opens Australian office". 
  6. Pitt, Vern (13 August 2014). "Hurley Palmer Flatt sets out to double turnover to £50m". 
  7. World, FM (17 September 2014). "HURLEY PALMER FLATT SNAPS UP ANDREW REID". 
  8. Rogers, Dave (23 November 2016). "Hurley Palmer Flatt buys rival consultant". 
  9. White, Debbie (12 October 2016). "Historic Childwickbury Stud buildings are approved for conversion". (Archant Community Media). 
  10. Stevens, Martin (23 May 2015). "Childwickbury Stud opens its gates again". 
  11. Court, Officers and. "About Us". 
  12. Winners, Past. "Data Centre Business Leader of the Year DCD Award".