David Evans appointed CEO of Al Naboodah Construction Group

By Sophie Chapman
Al Naboodah Group Enterprises’ (ANGE) construction subsidiary has announced the appointment of its new CEO, David Evans. Evans will be succeeding Sen...

Al Naboodah Group Enterprises’ (ANGE) construction subsidiary has announced the appointment of its new CEO, David Evans.

Evans will be succeeding Senan Abdullah Mohammed Al Naboodah as the Chief Executive Officer of Al Naboodah Construction Group (ANCG).

Mohammed Al Naboodah has been promoted to the position of Deputy CEO of the umbrella company, ANGE.

“Having marked 60 years of operations this year, our focus is on ensuring our management will be able to drive forward our strategy for the next 60 years and beyond,” stated Group CEO of ANGE.

“I am delighted to have Senan join me in overseeing operations at a Group level, as well as welcoming David to the ANCG team,” he added.

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“These appointments will better enable us to deliver increased value to our stakeholders across the region.”

ANCG was launched 50 years ago, during the 1960s, and now employs more than 16,000 people in the UAE.

Prior to his latest position, David Evans worked for the ANGE subsidiary holding the title of Operations Manager on projects in Dubai Airport.

“I am honored to play a role in ensuring the Al Naboodah legacy continues to thrive,” commented Senan Abdullah Mohammed Al Naboodah, a third generation member of the Al Naboodah family.

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