Leadership changes at Keltbray’s engineering consultancy

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Wentworth House Partnership, Keltbray’s in-house engineering consultancy, has appointed Stuart Vaughan and Tim Lohmann as joint managing directors of the company

They will continue to lead the WHP’s growth plans, building strong, collaborative working relationships across Keltbray’s delivery businesses, supply chain partners and clients in addition to working with clients outside the Keltbray business.

In their new roles, Stuart Vaughan and Tim Lohmann will assume the responsibilities of Stuart Marchand, who formed the company in 1999, and retired at the end of April.

Over the past twenty years, WHP has developed into a leading and highly respected temporary works and geotechnical engineering consultancy.

Stuart Marchand will continue to work for WHP in an advisory capacity, allowing the business and its clients to continue to benefit from the value engineering he provides.

Focus on challenging developments in London

Since formation, WHP has grown into a 70 strong consultancy of engineers and technicians based out of offices in Esher, Leeds, Bathgate and Bristol.

WHP has worked on nearly 3,000 projects, many of which have been focused on challenging developments in central London including deep basements and the retention and stabilisation of many facades in Regent Street, as well as national road, rail and water infrastructure projects.

WHP operates nationwide and has also gained international recognition carrying out construction design work on projects in Hong Kong and Myanmar.

Keltbray’s executive chairman, Brendan Kerr, said: “Stuart’s contribution to the growth and professional development of the structural and geotechnical engineering industry in the UK has been significant.

“I want to thank him for the strong leadership, innovative thinking and quality of service he has provided to the Group and its clients during his time with Keltbray.

“On behalf of all my colleagues, I’d also like to wish him a long and happy retirement, safe in the knowledge we will still be able to draw on his considerable knowledge and experience as an advisor to Keltbray and its clients.”

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