Engineering firm restructures East Midlands offices
Engineering firm CPW has restructured its East Midlands offices with a quartet of experienced faces now leading the company in the region.
The Nottingham, Leicester, and Derby offices of CPW will see new leadership. Directors Carl Humpage and Carl Hubbard will run Nottingham, while director John Hauton takes the helm at the Leicester office. Craig Waldron, also a director, will continue to run Derby and support Nottingham.
Humpage said: “We have been through a series of changes recently across CPW East Midlands. This change has helped us prepare for the future with a long-term strategic plan. This new plan is based on a healthy workload, and we have secured a number of new opportunities with existing and new clients in the region.
“We have also strengthened our teams in Nottingham, Derby and Leicester by adding a number of new recruits to improve our offering and quality of service.”
Hauton and Humpage have moved into the East Midlands from the West Midlands as part of the plans.
Hauton said: “Being local and based in Leicestershire, the opportunity to run an office in my home city with my strong links to the community is a challenge I could not turn down. I am delighted to be taking on a new office again after 18 years with CPW as we continue to build the company based on the continued sustainable development of promotions from within.”
All four directors have been with CPW for more than 70 years’ combined. CPW says it has recruited more than 15 members of staff over the last few months and now employs 45 staff in the East Midlands across the three offices.
“We have outgrown our Nottingham office and will be moving to a larger space in the next few weeks, with Leicester following shortly after,” added Humpage.
“This will be an exciting new beginning for CPW in Nottingham – and for all our East Midlands offices.
“Myself and my three co-directors are looking forward to embedding ourselves quickly into the East Midlands region. There are lots of exciting opportunities and projects in the pipeline.”