Engineering firm makes key hires following office launch

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On the back of opening itsnew Nottingham office, national engineering consultancy Rodgers Leask has made a trio of key appointments to its structural engineering team.

The new recruits include senior project engineer Matthew Koren, senior structural Revit/CAD technician Ian Aldred and graduate structural engineer Matthew Boston.

The trio grows the consultancy’s structures team to 23 as it continues expands its East Midlands presence.

Rodgers Leask has also recently expanded its civil engineering team with the appointment of Christina Noakes, highlighting the firm’s desire to strengthen its multi discipline service offering.
Leading the expansion is divisional director Chris Pollett.

Pollett said: “We’re delighted to welcome Ian, Matthew Koren and Matthew Boston to the business. They have all settled into the structural team quickly and are proving why quality over quantity is always the best recruitment policy. It’s extremely difficult to locate professionals of their standard at the moment, especially those with years of experience like Ian, so realising the businesses ambitions in the region is well underway with their arrival.”

The firm – which was first established in a single office in Derby in 1984 and now offers structural, civil, geo-environmental and transport planning services across a range of sectors nationwide – employs more than 75 staff.