The north east offices of international project management and cost consultants Faithful+Gould, has recently promoted three members of staff, Neville Worthington, Clare James and Sean McKeon to associate director level.
Neville has worked at Faithful+Gould’s Teesside office for 16 years, his new role will see him develop the company’s longstanding relationship with Northumbrian Water Limited by providing a wide range of commercial support to assist in the successful delivery of its capital investment programmes across the north east.
Speaking about his new appointment, Neville said: "I am very proud to be working for such a well established international company. I am committed to ensuring that the northern offices become recognised as the centre of excellence for the provision of cost management services to the utilities sector nationally."
Clare has been promoted just two years after joining the Teesside office. She will be responsible for leading and developing the project management team in the northern offices which has an ambitious four year business plan to deliver as well as looking at strategic ways of building upon its already strong team. Clare has recently been nominated as treasurer for the Association for Project Management in the northern region.
Sean has worked for the Newcastle office for five years, his new position, which will involve an increased role in the management of the key clients as well as business development, will also see him further strengthen the social housing sector and expanding service provision regionally in the whole-life costing market.
Commenting on the new appointments George Murray, director of Faithful+Gould, added: "I am delighted to announce these three promotions. They are testimony to the hard work, dedication and professionalism that all three members of staff have shown over many projects. Faithful+Gould continues to grow and to create jobs. We have been based on Teesside for over 25 years and the company has grown from a small office on Yarm Road with 10 people to become the region’s largest employer of quantity surveyors. In the north cluster alone there are 220 staff and this number is set to grow in the year ahead."