Engineering consultancy Pell Frischmann expands Manchester HQ

Pell Frischmann office

A German-owned engineering consultancy Pell Frischmann is to expand into a new office for its 50 strong staff at St James Square in Manchester city centre.

The company first landed in Manchester in 2018 with one employee and has rapidly grown its headcount to 50 as a result of successful projects delivered across the region, creating a variety of jobs for people based locally including apprenticeships, graduate positions through to senior consultants and directors. 

Part of the RSBG UK group, which also includes including McBains, 4Way, and Desco, Pell Frischmann has completed projects including Northern Gateway, Victoria North, Port Salford, Cheadle Railway Station, Ashton Streetscape and Bury Active Travel Network, spanning work for Councils in Manchester, Bury, Rochdale, Stockport and Tameside. 

Matthew Davies, Wales & North West Growth Director at Pell Frischmann said: “Greater Manchester is a wonderful place to live, work and enjoy. Pell Frischmann have had great success, continuing growth, achieving enhanced reputation by delivering a high quality, responsive service with best-in-class communication. We have built a high performing team here and that has been aided by the access that we have to a broad talent pool of real quality people with the unique work ethic that exists in Manchester.”

Councillor Eamonn O’Brien, Leader of Bury Council, said: “I look forward to working with and celebrating the future successes of Pell Frishman as they work with us on the Northern Gateway and continue to grow their business.”

Rachel Eyre, Head of Advanced Manufacturing and Low Carbon at MIDAS, Greater Manchester’s Inward Investment Agency added: “It’s great to see a market leader such as Pell Frischmann grow with the city-region and support some of our most important developments along the way. Not only has the team provided invaluable expertise on projects most integral to the local economy, but their work is completely aligned with Greater Manchester’s aspirations for the environment and our residents.”

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