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New starter for Leeds engineers RWO

Further investment in workforce

New starter for Leeds engineers RWO

"James will be a big asset as we go for growth."
Andrew Fairburn, head of RWO Leeds

Leeds civil and structural engineers RWO has appointed a civil engineering technician as it continues to invest in its workforce to meet demand for its services.


James Robinson joins the Park Place-based firm in a move that will see him involved in a number of civil engineering, infrastructureand design contracts for the firm’s clients in Leeds and across the north of England.


Supporting the senior management team, he brings six years’ experience to the role, including construction sector expertise, and has core skills in managing projects using Civil 3D, AutoCAD, and Microdrainage design software systems. 


His appointment comes as RWO, which has maintained a robust performance in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic and currently employs 19 people at its offices in Leeds and Newcastleupon Tyne, continues to invest inresources to drive business growth, which sees revenues exceed turnover forecast of £1.5m in the past 12 months.


Andrew Fairburn, who heads-up the Leeds office, said the firm, which will continue to recruit for engineering roles in Leeds as the volume of work ramps up, is looking to the future with confidence.


“We are investing in the best people to support our ambitions, so it’s great to have James on board. He will be a big asset as we go for growth, while enabling us to provide all our clients with the highest standards of service and added value engineering solutions.”


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