New senior appointments at Pick Everard
Pick Everard have made 13 new appointments across its senior level.
The leading independent management, design and construction consultancy Pick Everard has appointed a number of new team members to accommodate business growth and drive future expansion. The 13 appointments have resulted in new partners, directors and associates within the company.
Mark Colby, pictured, has been appointed as partner following his work as manager of a major joint venture for the firm in the water industry.
Senior partner David Brunton announced the appointments: “Pick Everard is growing and the new appointments have been made to ensure the firm has the right structure in place to accommodate the current level of expansion and future growth.”
Mark, a chartered civil engineer, said “I am thrilled to be appointed as a partner. I have been at the company for many years – not quite man and boy – but I have worked my way up from engineer to associate then director and now become a partner.
“I will be working with my fellow partners on the overall strategic leadership of the company covering our broad range of consultancy services including project management; architecture; building and quantity surveying; structural and civil engineering.
“We want to continue to be known as an organisation which delivers this broad range of services across our many client sectors including utilities, education, blue light, healthcare, custodial, defence, workplace and industrial & manufacturing.
“As well as my strategic involvement in the business as a whole, my remit will also be to focus on the water engineering services we provide for water companies and suppliers which is a key area of our practice. This includes water and waste water treatment, water mains, hydraulic modelling and surface water management,” Mark added.
In addition to Marks appointment, John Sharp will work alongside Allan Cowie in the London and South East regional office as technical director with specific responsibility for architectural design. Mike Steggall has retired from his role as technical director in the structural engineering division, a role which Graeme Milligan will take over. Further appointments include ten associates across the company.
Mark continued: “We are a growing company and going forward it’s important we maintain this momentum across all areas of the practice.
“We want to do this by maintaining our core values. Client focus is very important to us. Our primary aim is to provide a pro-active, high quality service delivered by passionate, highly professional experts in the built environment.
“I am very optimistic about the future of the company. We operate nationally as a multi-disciplinary practice across many sectors which stands us in good stead for continuing our excellent level of repeat business as well as attracting new clients”~
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