Company: Langdon Wilson International
Position: Kuwait country manager
Biography: Sandy Macmillan is Kuwait country manager for US architecture firm Langdon Wilson International.
He graduated in 1972 from the UK’s Liverpool University as a building services engineer and moved to London to work on the Wellington and St Thomas hospital projects. After a short spell with Milton Keynes Development Corporation, he went to Iraq to work for a local contracting company. In 1979, Macmillan moved to Kuwait to work as an engineer for several local and international consultants.
He was involved with the construction of the Liberation Tower and with the Al-Salem Hospital projects. In 2003, Macmillan returned to the UK to become an associate at Mott MacDonald’s Sheffield office.
In 2006, he joined Langdon Wilson International and was posted to Kuwait to work as project manager for the Jaber al-Ahmad al-Jaber hospital, currently under construction.
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