Clancy Consulting strengthens senior management team

Gavin Jack (left) and Scott Lydon, new divisional directors at Clancy Consulting.

Clancy Consulting has strengthened its senior management team with two new divisional director appointments in the firm’s Glasgow and Birmingham offices.

The multidisciplinary consulting engineers has appointed Gavin Jack and Scott Lydon to their management team to help build on the firm’s recent successes. Jack joins Clancy Consulting as divisional director at the firm’s Glasgow office, having recently returned from Australia where he has been working for the past five years. 

Lydon joins Clancy as divisional director at the Birmingham office where he will enhance Clancy’s growing building services team, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge, particularly within the healthcare sector.

Commenting on the appointments, Clancy Consulting chief executive, Alan Bramwell, said: “These new appointments reflect a growing maturity in the business and builds upon the recent successes of the company. To have secured someone of the calibre of Gavin, with his wealth of knowledge and experience in structural and civil engineering, makes us extremely confident that we will continue to provide our clients and professional colleagues with the very best service in Glasgow and Scotland and that the office will continue to grow and prosper.

“With a background in both contracting and consulting, Scott possesses a sound understanding of technical good practice together with the latest technologies and legislation and will be a major asset to the business,” said Bramwell.

Bramwell said that as the Clancy business continued to grow it was important for the firm to keep under review and strengthen the senior management team. “That way, we are able to fulfil our role as a leading design consultancy, respected for both excellence and innovation across the built environment,” Bramwell said.

Clancy Consulting has nine offices across the UK and provides a multidisciplinary engineering design, building surveying and advisory service across the built environment. Its specialist engineering fields include civil, structural, building services, and geoenvironmental. 

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