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]

Career

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]

Awards

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

References

  1. Bloomberg, People. "Bloomberg Profile". https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=106593203&privcapId=46640341. Retrieved 21 March 2017. 
  2. Croyden, This Is (8 January 2009). "Celebrations for Purley business success story". www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk. http://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/celebrations-purley-business-success-story/story-11369512-detail/story.html. 
  3. Wright, Emily (2007). "Blockbusters". www.building.co.uk (13). http://www.building.co.uk/blockbusters/3083894.article. 
  4. Modern Building, Services (3 February 2009). "Hurleypalmerflatt acquires Glasgow consultancy". www.modbs.co.uk. http://www.modbs.co.uk/news/archivestory.php/aid/6043/Hurleypalmerflatt_acquires_Glasgow_consultancy.html. 
  5. Dynamics, Data Centre (12 May 2010). "Hurleypalmerflatt opens Australian office". www.datacenterdynamics.com. http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/hurleypalmerflatt-opens-australian-office/57195.fullarticle. 
  6. Pitt, Vern (13 August 2014). "Hurley Palmer Flatt sets out to double turnover to £50m". www.building.co.uk. http://www.building.co.uk/hurley-palmer-flatt-sets-out-to-double-turnover-to-%C2%A350m/5078248.article. 
  7. World, FM (17 September 2014). "HURLEY PALMER FLATT SNAPS UP ANDREW REID". www.fm-world.co.uk. http://www.fm-world.co.uk/news/business-news/hurley-palmer-flatt-snaps-up-andrew-reid/. 
  8. Rogers, Dave (23 November 2016). "Hurley Palmer Flatt buys rival consultant". www.building.co.uk. http://www.building.co.uk/hurley-palmer-flatt-buys-rival-consultant/5085028.article. 
  9. White, Debbie (12 October 2016). "Historic Childwickbury Stud buildings are approved for conversion". www.hertsad.co.uk (Archant Community Media). http://www.hertsad.co.uk/herts-life/countryphile/historic_childwickbury_stud_buildings_are_approved_for_conversion_1_4726965. 
  10. Stevens, Martin (23 May 2015). "Childwickbury Stud opens its gates again". www.bloodstock.racingpost.com. http://bloodstock.racingpost.com/news/bloodstock/childwickbury-stud-opens-its-gates-again/1882409/. 
  11. Court, Officers and. "About Us". http://www.plumberscompany.org.uk/about/officers-and-court/. 
  12. Winners, Past. "Data Centre Business Leader of the Year DCD Award". http://archive.datacenterdynamics.com/awards/europe/past_winners.