Britcon Announced That They Have Made Three New Senior Appointments

Britcon Announced That They Have Made Three New Senior Appointments

Britcon has announced that they have made three new senior appointments at their offices in Wakefield. The Building and civil engineering business has now increased their Yorkshire base team numbers to 12 with the new appointments. The Wakefield base was first opened in 2014 and over the past 12 months is has doubled its size.

The first appointment to Britcon is Brian French, who has joined the company as a senior quantity surveyor. Brian French will be bringing more than 40 years’ experience as part of the building, civil engineering and fit out sectors to his new role where it is thought that he will be taking commercial responsibility for Eddie Stobart and York University initially. Brian has worked for a number of years and ha specific expertise in project cost management for private commercial sectors as well as the local authority and projects for the NHS.

The second appointment to the Wakefield base is Tony Mulcrone, who will also be a site manager for the Britcon team. Mulcrone comes from a strong engineering background and it is thought that he will add value as part of the construction projects Britcon are involved in. Tony will be especially valuable when involved with construction projects that contain a great deal of emphasis on sub-structures and external works.

The third appointment is Craig Bell, who has been recruited to the Britcon Engineering Services division as the structural steel 3D draftsman. Craig Bell has worked in the past for a number of Yorkshire steel fabrication firms in a number of different roles including draughtsman, buyer and estimator roles. Craig is currently working for Britcon Engineering Services on a Bulk Store project that is located IN King Lynn for ABP. Craig is also working on a project in Lancashire for Rolls Royce.

These three appointments have been made to reflect Britcon’s continuous growth in Yorkshire. This growth is important due to major client instructions coming from York University, BASF, Eddie Stobart, Cepac and Bradford City Council. The company has also recently managed to secure a place as part of the contractors framework for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Trust.

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