Will Rudd Davidson responds to growing workload with suite of appointments and promotions

Engineering consultancy Will Rudd Davidson has recruited six new team members and promoted three existing team members to service its growth in client work.

Will Rudd Davidson responds to growing workload with suite of appointments and promotions

(from left) Graeme Thorpe, Victoria Tinney, Alasdair MacPhee, Darren Tannock, Andrew Yule and Lee Guthrie

The six new appointments include Victoria Tinney as senior engineer, Alasdair MacPhee and Jennifer Davies as project engineers, and three new graduate engineers Graeme Thorpe, Amy Lillico and Matthew Pieroni.

Three promotions have also been awarded at the consultancy, with Andrew Yule now a senior engineer team leader; Darren Tannock becoming a senior engineer and Lee Guthrie stepping up to project engineer level.

The appointments come after Will Rudd Davidson announced a positive start to 2021, in part thanks to contracts from three major projects within Glasgow totalling close to £125 million.

MJ O’Shaughnessy, managing director, Will Rudd Davidson Glasgow, said: “We are really pleased to welcome this new talent on board to our Glasgow team. They all complement our existing work across a diverse range of sectors, and our ambition to expand on our work within the energy sector, particularly in the creation of renewable energy parks in the UK.

“I am also incredibly proud of our newly promoted team members and all three thoroughly deserve to make the step up.  I know they will quickly adapt to their new responsibilities and I look forward to supporting their career development.

“The new and promoted team members will begin working on a wide range of challenging projects across the UK, including several tall buildings in London and Scotland, and large scale residential projects across the UK.”

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