MTE Studios names GM for Mideast operations
Dubai, March 14, 2010
Dubai-based MTE Studios, a consultancy firm well known for their turnkey themed projects and world-class installations in science centres and museum galleries worldwide, has appointed Bryan Avison as general manager.
Bryan, a British national and a chartered civil engineer with professional registrations in both the UK and Canada, has more than twenty-five years of experience in the management, design and construction of large scale mixed use and experience centre projects throughout the Middle East, UK and Canada.
He will be leading a strong team of creative professionals including animatronic designers, architects, artists and researchers who will be working together to imagine, plan and achieve to create environments and exhibits that are stimulating and relevant.
Bryan’s role within MTE also includes management of all technical and support staff within the Dubai office, acting as project director for all major projects and ensuring that MTE quality procedures are implemented on all projects.
'The experience Bryan has gained in his previous appointments and his proven track record provides added value to the management team of MTE Studios,' stated Ludo Verheyen, chief executive MTE Studios.-TradeArabia news Service
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