Cadcentre has announced Crispin Gray's retirement as a Director and Chief Executive of Cadcentre in September 1999, when he will be 60 years old.Gray
will concentrate on specific strategic and technology issues until his
On the subject of Crispin Gray's
retirement King added: "Crispin
has led the company through a period of great change, helping transform it into a dynamic world leader in its field.He
has enjoyed a very successful 30 year career in computer-aided design, during which he
has contributed a great deal to Cadcentre's success."Crispin Gray joined Cadcentre in 1989 as a director of the Process Plant Division, where he introduced full colour-shaded 3D display technology to the design of process plants.After leading the management buyout of Cadcentre in 1994, he was appointed Chief Executive, and in 1996 he guided the company through a successful flotation on the London stock exchange.