Are you a real engineer?
I began my route into engineering at an early age, well before I left school. I bought a motorcycle which I quickly had to learn how it worked to keep it running for little or no money! Following an engineering apprenticeship as a bench fitter I studied maths and physics at York college which allowed me to read Mechanical Engineering at Sheffield Hallam where I graduated in 2003 with BEng (Hons) Mechanical and Automotive Engineering. I am also a member of the IET, The Institute of Engineering and Technology.
Who have you worked for since graduating?
I have been fortunate to have worked with some of the worlds largest engineering companies. Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Hargreaves, Costain, Sellafield, Doosan-Babcock and many more. Due to some of the areas of my work I am SC cleared.
What qualities do you think is necessary to be a successful Project Engineer?
I am a great believer in not only having the technical skills but also the soft skills to help to succeed in a project. The soft skills, or, how to communicate effectively with client, supplier and colleagues, is vital to get people on board, focused and wanting to help you.
Proud to support:
What's Being Said:
Project milestone review October 2017:
“You have saved the MOD a lot of money”
"It's good to see engineering carried out by people who care"
The above £10 million project was successful in delivering to a project milestone which in-turn allowed the client to apply for a £133 million payment.
What I Offer
Specialising in Nuclear Build
I care about my client needs and understand their need to achieve planned milestones . For this reason, I provide consulting services that are catered to my clients’ specific needs. Do you have a goal you’re trying to achieve but don’t know where to begin? Let me guide you. Get in touch today today to see how I can help in providing support for your project.