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MPS senior appointment: Scotland

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Design and engineering specialist Morgan Professional Services (MPS) has appointed Robbie McKillop as associate to lead the engineering team delivering mechanical and electrical design services in Scotland.

Based at the firm’s Glasgow office, McKillop joins MPS from building services and engineering consultancy Rybka.

In his new role, McKillop will be responsible for the delivery of mechanical and electrical design projects including the co-ordination of architectural services; design development; and technical quality.

Robbie began his career as a graduate engineer with architectural and engineering specialist Pick Everard and has held senior roles with Buro Happold and Rybka.  McKillop is a Bespoke BREEAM assessor, qualified to carry out environmental performance assessments of mixed use and unusual building types not covered by the standard UK and international BREEAM schemes. He is also visiting external tutor at Strathclyde University School of Architecture.

MPS is a leading design, engineering and project management business which provides design, engineering and project management services to the manufacturing, environmental, nuclear, transport and public sectors. With offices in the UK, Europe and the Far East, the company’s professional services include design and engineering, project management, construction management, specialist consultancy, cost planning and project planning. MPS is part of top UK construction and regeneration group Morgan Sindall plc which operates through five specialist divisions of fit out, construction, infrastructure services, affordable housing and urban regeneration.

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