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Lendlease Names Americas Head for EH&S

Lendlease named Ray Master as head of environment, health & safety (EH&S), Americas. He’ll be based in Lendlease’s New York office, leading a team of 11, and will report directly to Chris Doyle, group head of EH&S.

Master will be responsible for the leadership and administration of the EH&S function for the company’s U.S. region, providing strategic direction for all business units to support safe outcomes.

He has more than 30 years’ experience, including 10 prior years with Lendlease from 2000 -2010. Following that, he worked for NJ Associates in Australia and Washington State. serving clients including Chevron and Boeing.

“Ray is a highly-respected leader and trusted expert in the EH&S field,” said Lendlease Americas’ Mike Fratianni. He added that Master will be “instrumental to Lendlease as we work to further embed our culture of industry leading safety and care above all throughout our region.”


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