Scott White and Hookins announces three new Associates
Scott White and Hookins are pleased to announce that three of their key staff have recently been promoted to Associate.
Piers Westlake joined Scott White and Hookins’ Winchester office in 2008 as CDM Co-ordinator, with responsibility for CDM and health and safety issues, managing CDM (Construction (Design and Management)) projects for clients in the south and co-ordinating Health and Safety framework agreements with clients such as Mitchells and Butlers, WH Smith, the Parliamentary Estates and Oxford University. His CDM projects include the refurbishment of the New Bodleian, Oxford, New outdoor swimming pool for the Hurlingham Club and construction and risk assessments for the Palace of Westminster.
Paul Bosher joined Scott White and Hookins in 1999 as a graduate Civil and Structural Engineer straight from University. Based at our Bedford office, he has worked on wide variety of structural engineering projects within both the private and public sectors. He also acts on behalf of both building owner and adjoining owner on a wide variety of both commercial and residential Party Wall projects. He became a member of the Federation of Party Wall Surveyors in 2006. He has also been responsible for developing our Approved Inspector arm and recently achieved ABEng status. His keen interest in sustainability led to him becoming a Licensed BREEAM Assessor in 2007, and he has successfully developed our BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) service at all three Scott White and Hookins offices.
Ian Llewellyn joined Scott White and Hookins in 2002 on a university placement, commencing full time with us in 2004 after graduation from the University of Bath. Based at our Winchester office, Ian was promoted to Engineering Manager, responsible for engineering design and feasibility studies. He manages a team of designers as well as liaising with clients on project design. Ian’s engineering design expertise has been invaluable on such projects as the design of the refurbishment of the Old Fire Station and Corn Exchange in Oxford, and the structural design for the relocation of Roald Dahl’s hut to a new location in the Roald Dahl Museum.
We are delighted to announce these well deserved promotions. All of our new associates are talented engineers and will help us to expand our business at a time when we are continuing to invest in those areas of the practice where we see real potential for growth.Gordon Lockhart , Managing Partner