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Ramboll Whitbybird

Design engineer consultancy Ramboll Whitbybird has announced its half year promotions.

The Main Board has nominated to Regional Director, James Greatorex, Alasdair MacKerron and Bill Haggart. Mark Boyle and Martin Feakes have also received promotion from Associate Director to Director.

James Greatorex joined Ramboll Whitbybird’s Cambridge office in 2001. He is responsible for a range of projects, including the soon to be complete Wymondham College extension.

Alasdair MacKerron is promoted to Regional Director of Structures in Edinburgh. Since joining he has helped to establish and develop the company’s structures team in Scotland and his current portfolio includes the phased refurbishment and reclad of Appleton Tower for the University of Edinburgh and delivering four new school campuses as part of the £70m East Ayrshire Schools PPP.

Bill Haggart is promoted to Regional Director of Building Services in Glasgow. Currently his most notable projects include the £32m redevelopment of Glasgow’s former Post Office, g1 George Square and Custom House Quay the commercial and residential development on the banks of the River Clyde.

Mark Boyle and Martin Feakes play central roles in the Structures Group. Boyle sits on the Design Operations Board which is responsible for reviewing and promoting innovative and design quality across the company, while Martin leads the structures teams in Winchester and Oxford.

Shonn Mills, Eddie Jump, Peter Kerr, Sergio de Gaetano and Alex Baalham also step up from Associate to Associate Directors.

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