Currie & Brown UK appoints eight new directors
26 February 2018
Currie & Brown UK announces the appointment of eight new directors, five of whom are new appointments and three of whom have been promoted to the position from within the company.
Four of these appointments are in the London office: Subramaniam Krishan, Steve Parker, Jim Tucker and Tony Wadeson.
Subramaniam, with recent experience as transformation director for South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust and project director for Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, is part of the Currie & Brown health planning team.
Steve Parker has joined the infrastructure team as director of rail. Steve was previously head of rail at EC Harris and more recently technical director at GHD.
Jim Tucker, who has a background in the utilities, environment, renewables and aviation sectors, has also joined the infrastructure group.
Tony Wadeson completes the complement of new directors in the infrastructure team and will have particular responsibility for estimating and cost planning. Tony was previously project director at Leslie Clark, having been with Sweett Group for 33 years before that.
Ken Scott joins the company’s Edinburgh office. He was previously a director with Northcroft and has had spells working in Australia and South-East Asia.
In addition to these new appointments, three current Currie & Brown members of staff have been promoted to director: Mike Bertie in the Edinburgh office, Gavin Ferraris in the London office and Brian Rennison in the Jersey office.
Announcing these appointments, Alan Manuel chief operating officer of Currie & Brown’s UK and Europe business, said: “I am delighted to welcome these senior people, who bring with them such a broad range of experience, to Currie & Brown. They are joining at an exciting time for the company as we look to expand our infrastructure and project management teams. It also gives me great pleasure to recognise the talents of colleagues within the company and to promote Mike, Gavin and Brian to senior positions. I am sure they will continue to flourish in their new positions and to make significant contributions to Currie & Brown’s success.”