Harley Haddow makes UK-wide promotions

Harley Haddow makes UK-wide promotions

Multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy Harley Haddow has unveiled new appointments and promotions to met growing demand across the UK.

The firm’s Manchester office has added four new engineering experts to the team to further bolster growth in the Northwest. They include mechanical engineers Carlos Law and Duaa Raja, as well as electrical engineer Travis Ting and Luke Ridsale.

The quartet bring with them a variety of expertise, with experience gained from various previous positions across Manchester, York and China. They will work alongside Northwest director, Ian Chalk, and Shweta Salvankar, senior building performance and sustainability engineer.

In addition to the new hires, the consultancy has marked the achievements of staff, with 17 promotions across its other offices in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Fort William, seven at director level.

Promotions at director level include Andre Siwek, director, Philip Pointer, technical director, Alin Pepene, technical director, Rob Lewis, associate director, Andrew Jones, director, Carol Harte, BIM technical sirector and Emma Read, board operations director.

Other promotions include Richard Smith, principal mechanical engineer, Gaurav Kataria, senior building performance and sustainability engineer, Heather Docherty, graduate engineer, Ross Kellachan, graduate engineer, Euan Skene, principal mechanical engineer, Andrew Brown, principal mechanical engineer, Scott Bissett, principal electrical engineer, Amanda Azavedo, project building performance and sustainability engineer, Natasha Rose, operations & events manager and Rose Henderson, digital and communications manager.

Following on from a successful stint of growth, Harley Haddow has been awarded numerous projects including Blackley Fire Station in Manchester, the restoration of Grand Lodge in Elgin, Elgin Town Hall and some impressive decarbonsiation projects for national institutions such as the Royal Insititute of British Architects (RIBA), the Royal Household and Historic Royal Palaces.

Ian Chalk, director at Harley Haddow, said: “We are delighted to welcome Carlos, Travis, Duaa and Luke, to our team. All coming from a diverse background and a variety of expertise, we can’t wait to see them flourish in their new roles and to continue to put our Northwest office on the map.

“It’s fantastic to see how far we’ve come since we first opened our office in Manchester in 2022, and I’ve enjoyed every minute of the journey. As our team continues to grow, we look forward to growing our Northwest division even more.”

Guy Willis-Robb, director at Harley Haddow, added: “It’s a great feeling to be expanding our workforce across our UK offices and recognising the fantastic work of our team.
We are excited to welcome Carlos, Travis, Duaa and Luke to Harley Haddow and look forward to seeing the value of expertise they can bring to the consultancy. It’s been a great year for us so far at Harley Haddow, from the new projects we are working on to welcoming new members of the team, to celebrating our existing staff.

“At Harley Haddow, we are passionate about attracting the next generation of engineers and driving sustainability to the fore. We wish everyone the best of luck in their new roles and look forward to seeing what the rest of the year brings.”

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