Project Managers Aplenty at Faithful+Gould

Dale Potts
With an ever increasing demand for its project management services, the northern region of Faithful+Gould, has expanded its team with the strategic appointment of four new staff.

Adrian Watson has taken up the position of senior project manager. Working out of the Stockton office, he will be supporting Faithful+Gould’s clients to deliver their projects on time and to budget, overseeing multidisciplined teams and managing projects from inception to completion.

Having had good experiences of dealing with Faithful+Gould in the past, Adrian was eager to join the Company because of the excellent career opportunities available and the exciting and varied projects in which he could become involved.

Adrian brings with him four years of regeneration experience gained in the public and private sectors.

With three years' experience of project management, developing and monitoring funding bids and risk management working for a local authority, Anthony Crabb has joined the Stockton team as assistant project manager. With aspirations to become a project manager working nationally and internationally, Anthony is currently studying for a Faithful+Gould sponsored BSc in Quantity Surveying and has already started working on the £7 million Digital City Core Building regeneration project and Sunderland Strategic Transport Corridor.

In addition the Stockton team has been boosted by the appointment of Jonathan Coffey who also joins as an assistant project manager. Having received a sound understanding of programme and project management in his previous role, Jonathan is hoping to take advantage of Faithful+Gould’s network of offices worldwide as his career progresses. His decision to apply for the post was heavily influenced by the company’s commitment to ongoing personal development of its staff.

Finally, the latest addition to the project management team in Newcastle, Anthony Lowery, is another key appointment for the flourishing northern region. Having gained experience working on educational facilities, healthcare projects and social housing developments, he was keen to join Faithful+Gould’s team after being impressed with the challenges his role will pose and the broad client base and diverse range of projects he will be working on.

Mike Foggon, regional director from Faithful+Gould’s northern region, said:

"Faithful+Gould is renowned for the calibre of its project managers and we are delighted to welcome four more to our ever-increasing ranks. The industrial experience these new recruits bring with them will enhance our already broad expertise base, and they will be crucial to us as we experience increased demand for our services. With a number of high profile projects both nationally and internationally in the pipeline, we will be looking to further increase our staff complement in this area."

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