Trio of New Appointments for Faithful+Gould

Dale Potts
International project management and cost consultants, Faithful+Gould (F&G) has recently made three staff appointments in the north east to provide high level support for its portfolio of high profile project management and surveying contracts.

Eric Bagley, aged 50, recruited just two weeks ago has been immediately seconded to Northumberland County Council for which Faithful+Gould has a three year contract to provide management information services. Eric will be working closely with the Northumberland County Council team to establish a workload programme for its extensive property division. Highly experienced in the project management sector, Eric will be responsible for developing resorting programmes for a variety of schemes. Used by management, the programmes identify the resources and support each project requires for successful completion.

Just starting his career in project management is Stuart Ainsley, aged 23. Following his completion of a Building Project Management degree at Northumbria University, Stuart will be providing support to the project management team in the completion of funding applications for a range of schemes throughout the north east.

After nine years as a skilled mason wavier, Steve Cook, has changed his career direction and has been appointed as an assistant surveyor. Steve, 26, is currently studying for his Quantity Surveying degree at Northumbria University and will be assisting the team in the preparation of valuations for feasibility studies on forthcoming schemes.

Director Martin Round commented, "I'm delighted to welcome Eric, Steve and Stuart and I am sure their experience and enthusiasm will be a welcome addition to the company. We are currently enjoying a period of sustained growth and have recently been awarded a number of prestigious contracts and these appointments will further strengthen and enhance our team."

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