Steve Capper moves from BAM to become Group CIO at SNC-Lavalin

Royal BAM Global CIO Steve Capper moves to SNC-Lavalin

Royal BAM World CIO Steve Capper moves to SNC-Lavalin

Steve Capper, previous world wide CIO at Royal BAM Team, has moved to civil engineering company SNC-Lavalin to become its new group chief information and facts officer.

Capper manufactured the go to the Montreal, Canada-dependent company this month immediately after additional than 3 yrs at Dutch building big Royal BAM. In advance of that, Capper was, 1st, world wide chief technology officer then, briefly, vice president of world wide technology innovation, at engineering company AECOM, leaving soon after the company manufactured the government determination to outsource its entire IT estate to IBM.

Capper has also labored in several technology and technology leadership roles at Skanska and Arup immediately after graduating from the Leeds Higher education of Building in 1992.

A critical skilled emphasis for Capper has been knowledge-driven digital transformation, with these types of a change beginning to have an affect on organisations even in additional regular business sectors.

“My working experience in driving transformational change of huge IT departments from a technology, knowledge and worker engagement point of view in huge providers, these types of as Royal BAM Team, AECOM, Skanska and Arup, will be a critical enabler in my new part at SNC-Lavalin,” Capper advised Computing.

He continued: “I will be accountable in creating and maintaining a potent romance with our IT strategic companions, optimising the company’s devices and processes, and deploying new systems that assist and empower our new strategic path.

“In addition, I will be liable for guaranteeing that all the critical factors are in place to apply a profitable digital transformation that is aimed at shaping our foreseeable future and the foreseeable future of engineering providers that is, in the higher use of knowledge.”

Capper explained SNC-Lavalin as “at the crossroads of its digital age”, including that he would “assist SNC-Lavalin incorporate regular engineering competencies with knowledge driven technology”.

Capper is also a member of the Computing Top 250 United kingdom IT Leaders, and was a finalist and runner-up as CIO of the Year at the UKIT Awards. The 2020 United kingdom IT Awards will be open up for entries in June.