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New starters at engineers RWO


Expanding commercial and residential structural engineering work

New starters at engineers RWO


"Rob and Shane will be important additions to the structures team."
RWO director Reece Kesson



Newcastle civil and structural engineering firm RWO has appointed two senior engineers as it continues to invest in resources and support client services.

 

Rob Mounter joins as a structural engineer while Shane Griffith comes in as a structural technician. With more than three years’ engineering experience, Rob Mounter will be part of the structures team, providing structural analysis and design workfor regional andnational house builders, contractors and developers.

 

Shane Griffith, who also joins the structures team, will be responsible for the structural detailing of steelwork, reinforced concrete, masonry and timber using the latest 3D structural modelling and 2D structural drawing services and technologies.

 

Both will be involved in RWO’s expanding commercial and residential structural engineering work as well as supporting the senior management team in project planning and development.

 

The appointments come amid a resilient performance by RWO in the face of economic uncertainties caused by Covid 19. The firm has also landed a raft of new work, which has seen revenues exceed a turnover forecast of almost £1.75m in the past 12 months.

 

Leading house builders Barratt Homes and Taylor Wimpey and construction and infrastructure sector leaders such as Caddick Group, Metnor and Vistry are among current clients. 

 

Director Reece Kesson said: “We’re delighted to welcome two talented, skilled and ambitious people to RWO.Rob and Shane will be important additions to the structures team and we look forward to them contributing enormously, enjoying their time with us as they work with clients and continue to develop their careers and expertise.”

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