In his new role, Green will take on leadership of consultancy practice groups, helping to grow the business’s capability and services to clients globally, in line with its 2026 Business Strategy.
He will be responsible with driving innovation and identify areas of investment to maintain Consult’s market competitiveness.
Prior to joining Mace, Green was the managing director of the Corporate Centre of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, where he led on organisational change and supported business and service transformation in response to Covid-19.
He has also held senior roles with Jacobs, Crossrail and the British Army, managing large teams to achieve successful project and programme outcomes.
Green will report to Mace Consult’s CEO, Jason Millett, working alongside the managing director for International Consultancy, Davendra Dabasia, and Dan Easthope, managing director for Property UK and Europe.
Millet said: “We have ambitious growth plans and Richard’s appointment cements our commitment to transform project and programme delivery and create legacy for communities around the world.
“In his new role as Consult COO, Richard will be able to drive our expertise in data management and cost consultancy to ensure we deliver best in class services and distinctive value for our clients globally. I look forward to seeing us grow from strength to strength.”