Accuracy expands senior team with Mathew Hazenberg

13 April 2023 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read
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Accuracy has expanded the senior team of its Middle East business with Mathew Hazenberg, who joins the international advisory firm as a director.

In his new role, Hazenberg has been tasked with supporting the expansion of Accuracy’s Project Advisory and Disputes team in the region.

This team advises clients on how they can setup and optimally run their projects in the built environment (capital markets, infrastructure, and construction), how they can bring distressed projects back on track, and if needed down the line, with resolving matters of dispute.

Mathew Hazenberg, Director, Accuracy

With over 20 years of experience in planning and delivering complex capital projects, including numerous giga-projects, Hazenberg has extensive experience in project management and delivery improvement in sectors such as real estate, transport infrastructure, defence, and construction.

“I’m passionate about setting up projects with the right strategy for success, enhancing productivity in construction, and driving down risk though effective planning and control,” he said.

Hazenberg joins Accuracy from PwC, where he latterly was a director in its Capital Project Services practice in the Middle East. He previously worked for the Big Four firm in the United Kingdom, following a decade at engineering group Atkins and Metronet Rail in London.

“Mathew’s extensive experience across the Middle East and the United Kingdom, along with his passion for driving improvement in project outcomes through collaboration with clients, make him the ideal person to showcase our expertise to our clients,” said Juan Saez, a Dubai-based partner at Accuracy.

Accuracy has been active in the Middle East since 2017. Flagship projects that Accuracy has been involved with in the region include the King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, the Museum of the Future in Dubai, oil complexes in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia and the airports in Qatar and Oman.