With five new technical recruits Cleveland Bridge has brought in experience from William Hare, Severfield, Rowecord, Bourne Steel, Hollandia and others and project experience from the Shard to the Dubai Emirates Towers.
Joining the team are engineering manager Patrick Jackson, senior projects manager Andrew Limbert, production manager Gary Kipling, construction manager Guy Laws and proposals manager Steve Quinney.
Patrick Jackson joins Cleveland Bridge from William Hare UAE, where he worked as engineering manager on the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai and Zayed University in Abu Dhabi.
Senior projects manager Andrew Limbert joins from Severfield UK and has been involved in the management of the redevelopment of Kings Cross Station in London and construction of the Prestige Trade Tower in Bangalore, India.
Production manager Gary Kipling joins from Hambleton Steel and previously worked for William Hare and Severfield Rowen, where he began as an apprentice fabricator.
Proposals manager Steve Quinney previously worked for TEMA Engineering and Rowecord Engineering and has been involved in steelwork elements of developments at the British Museum, the Cardiff City Stadium and Swansea City FC’s Liberty Stadium.
Construction manager Guy Laws was previously a site manager for Severfield. His past experience includes working as construction supervisor with Hollandia on the Wembley Stadium development, eight years with Bourne Steel and working for AIC in Abu Dhabi.
The team is lead by international sales director Tim Outteridge and technical director Gursharan Thind, who was appointed last year.
Tim Outteridge said: “Expanding our building structures team with experienced engineering professionals from both the UK and international will enable us to increase our presence in this growing marketplace. Through the end-to-end design, fabrication, project management and delivery service, we have the capabilities and experience to meet the steel structure requirements across the construction industry.”
Darlington-based Cleveland Bridge is owned by Saudi Arabia's Al Rushaid Petroleum Investment Company.