Senior appointments at Thomasons strengthen the management team
Leading civil and structural engineers Thomasons has made a series of senior appointments across its offices in London, Guildford and Leeds to strengthen its management team and bring added force to its continuing development as a top independent consultancy.
Fraser Robb is appointed as director in the London office to lead the design and project engineering for new build and refurbishment projects. His notable work includes projects for Superdry and Hollister, and the new £30m Kingsley Green Hospital in Hertfordshire.
In the Leeds office, newly-appointed director David Manion brings his expertise from an earlier career in loss adjusting to major loss projects; in recent years he has led large retail projects for high profile clients including Primark and Starbucks.
Rob Barnes and Paul Jarvis have both been appointed directors at Thomasons’ Guildford office.
Rob, a chartered builder and engineer, has wide experience spanning high specification residential works as well as projects in the education and retail sectors, including Selfridges and BHS.
With many years of experience across diverse sectors, Paul's expertise ranges from major new build projects and the refurbishment of existing buildings to expert witness work and new product innovation
Also based at the Guildford office, Chris Smaller is promoted as an Associate. A chartered structural and civil engineer with more than 25 years' experience, Chris leads projects in the leisure and residential sectors.
Established in 1947, Thomasons is one of the country’s leading civil and structural engineering consultancies. Offering a nationwide service, it operates from seven offices across the country, providing structural, civil and glass engineering design services together with building surveying and associated advice on health and safety, ecological and environmental issues.
Photograph: The newly appointed directors at leading civil and structural engineers, Thomasons: left to right: Fraser Robb (London), Rob Barnes (Guildford), Paul Jarvis (Guildford), David Manion (Leeds).
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Notes to Editors
Established in 1947, Thomasons is one of the country’s leading civil and structural engineering consultancies. Offering a nationwide service, Thomasons operates from seven offices across the country, providing structural, civil and glass engineering design services together with building surveying and associated advice on health and safety, ecological and environmental issues.
Despite significant growth over the past few years, Thomasons values a personal approach to projects, with senior members of the firm involved at all stages of every project. This has resulted in long-standing relationships with clients, some for as long as 50 years.
As well as offering outstanding civil and structural engineering design and planning work, Thomasons provides building surveying and CDM co-ordination as part of its services.
Thomasons is a member of the Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE) and is Constructionline and CHAS accredited. Members of the firm play an active role in the IStructE and other industry bodies and are frequently called upon for their expert advice on complex engineering issues.
Thomasons is an ISO 9001 accredited organisation.