Turner & Townsend is to open two offices in South America.
The consultancy will have new bases in Rio de Janeiro and Bogota, taking its total in the region to five.
The Rio office will be T&T’s second in Brazil as it has an existing facility in Sao Paulo.
Meanwhile the Bogota premises will be the consultancy’s first in Colombia, and join those in Peru and Chile.
The company also appointed Jacquelina Dankfort as project management director for Brazil; and made 11 internal promotions.
Robert Edwards, T&T managing director for Latin America, said: “We have grown our presence in Latin America since the millennium and continue to respond to shifting client needs and market conditions across the region.
“This is reflected in the structure of our team, which continues to evolve and grow.”