Britcon, the Building and civil engineering business has announced that they have expanded their in house expertise with the creation of a Mechanical & Electrical position at their offices in Scunthorpe, North Lancashire and Wakefield in West Yorkshire.
Patrick Kenworthy has joined in this new electrical role and will bring more than 30 years of experience in building services management to his new position. Patrick is a qualified energy assessor and has an extensive track record for the delivery of complex projects in the public and private sectors. With a particular knowledge base in education health and renewable energy, Patrick will be an asset to Britcon and will be joining the company from Centrica DE&P. In his previous role, Patrick recently completed a 20MW generation plant that was created in Scunthorpe.
It is great news for Britcon, the building and civil engineering business that they have such an experienced professional joining the team in this newly created role. The company have expanded their remit significantly for M&E installations. This area commonly represents 50% of the brief for a large number of different projects. With M&E being such a vital part of many building and civil engineering projects, it makes sense for the company to expand their knowledge in this area with the creation of a new in-house role and offer direct energy assessment and dialogue with their subcontract supply chain.
The appointments that have been made as a part of this expansion reflect the continuous growth Britcon is striving to achieve. The company is specifically looking for growth in highly complex projects and the specialist expertise that would be required for this. One of the projects that Britcon has expanded for is the new £14 million product line for Kemira Chemicals as well as the £30 million anaerobic digestion plant for ReFood in Dagenham.