The Teesside office of project management and cost consultants Faithful+Gould, is welcoming a duo of planning supervisors to its thriving team.
Having been with Faithful+Gould since January 2005, Gillian Hoyle has made the move from the company’s Leeds office with over 10 years of experience in the health and safety sector. Gillian has developed a broad knowledge of all activities carried out in the manufacturing and petro chemical industries as well as the construction environment including both building and demolition.
Gillian has worked on the Coventry A PFI project, valued at £17million, where she supervised five building projects including extra care and dementia homes, spanning a three year period. She said:
"I am delighted to be joining the Teesside office of Faithful+Gould at such an exciting time. The whole team is dedicated and enthusiastic and I believe I will fit in well".
Barrie Smith also joins the expanding office as a planning supervisor. Possessing a vast amount of experience in health and safety, his new role will see him ensuring that all construction projects meet the requirements of the Construction Design and Management regulations and that building work is carried out in a manner which is safe for all those involved.
Commenting on his new position, Barrie, 42 from Newton Aycliffe, said: "Having thoroughly researched Faithful+Gould I believe that it is one of the most prestigious companies within its sector. There is progressive career development and all the staff here are very friendly and welcoming".
Director George Murray, added: "These appointments signal a further development in Faithful+Gould’s recruitment process to assist our ambitious growth plans both for the Teesside office and throughout the UK as a whole. " Faithful+Gould has a commitment to become ‘employer of choice’ and we have developed an excellent reputation, each year taking on seven or eight school leavers. We are also extremely proud of our graduate training programme which provides some of the best employee benefits around."