Will Rudd Davidson adds new director to Glasgow team

Engineering consultancy Will Rudd Davidson has promoted structural engineer Richard Campbell to the position of director in its Glasgow office, along with a string of appointments and promotions across the company.

Will Rudd Davidson adds new director to Glasgow team

Will Rudd Davidson Glasgow managing director MJ O’Shaughnessy (left) with new director Richard Campbell

A chartered structural engineer with more than 14 years’ of industry experience, Mr Campbell joined Will Rudd Davidson in 2019 as an associate in Glasgow. The University of Strathclyde graduate will now share responsibility for overseeing the day to day running of the consultancy firm’s Glasgow practice.

In a further change to the Glasgow team, Darren Tannock has been promoted to senior engineer team leader.

The company’s Edinburgh office has also made three graduate engineer appointments in Hugh Standen, Arran Elder and Pawel Kanski to support its projects in the capital and beyond.

MJ O’Shaughnessy, managing director, Will Rudd Davidson Glasgow, said: “Richard has for the last few years been doing an outstanding job of supporting the company directors and our team of engineers and technicians in the successful delivery of our projects.

“His time at Will Rudd Davidson has seen him add to his wealth of experience where he has been responsible for a wide range of projects in various sectors including in residential, educational, commercial and retail.

“Now as director, we know that in Richard we have a talented individual who can step up and share responsibility for business operations.”

Richard Campbell, director, Will Rudd Davidson Glasgow, said: “I am incredibly passionate about how our engineering work can support the aspirations of our clients. To earn this promotion is a proud moment and I am excited about the opportunities and challenges that my new responsibilities will bring.

“This is an exciting time for the firm and I want to play my part in helping the business continue to grow.”

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