Bailey Partnership Promotions
Bailey Partnership is pleased to announce a number of promotions across our offices.
In Sevenoaks, Stuart Collingwood is promoted to Senior Associate. Stuart is a Building Surveying and Project Management Team Leader and joined the practice in 2006. His current responsibilities include frameworks for Lewisham and Medway Councils involving education schemes, together with the Employers Agent role on a £34.8 million student accommodation project at the University of Kent.
Paul Chapple is promoted to Associate, based in our Plymouth Office. Paul is a Chartered Architectural Technologist and Registered CDM Co-ordinator and has been with us since 1998. He is currently responsible for a primary school project for Cornwall Council under our Architectural framework, an extension to a respite centre for children with severe learning disabilities for Plymouth City Council and is acting as technical assessor for the Ministry of Justice on major refurbishment works at Courts in High Wycombe and Peterborough.
Also in Plymouth Guy Bolt is promoted to Senior Quantity Surveyor, Steve Demuth to Senior Building Surveyor and Helen Wyatt to Senior Interior Designer. Finally, Paul Miller, based in Exeter, is promoted to Senior Quantity Surveyor. Between the four of them, they have over 30 years experience since joining the practice and have all gained chartered status in their time with us. This is a testament to our successful training programme and our commitment to develop and promote staff internally whenever possible.
The Building Services Engineering team at Bailey Partnership have enjoyed sustained success allowing the team to expand dramatically over the last twelve months, developing a broad and growing client base and extending its reputation as a dynamic and professional team of engineers. MORE...
The schools employability competition, You’re Hired! Plymouth reached its final destination for this year on Friday 26th June when Fiona Turner from The Ridgeway School became the 8th young person to be awarded the prestigious title ‘Plymouths Most Employable 17 Year Old’. MORE...