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From left: Mark Graham, Rob Henshall, and Sarah Burrows. Credit: via Burrows Graham

Burrows Graham appoints director

Rob Henshall has joined the Altrincham-based engineering consultancy as structures director, after more than three years working in a similar role at Hydrock.

As structures director at Burrows Graham, Henshall is charged with growing the consultancy’s client base and enhancing the company’s established expertise in the industrial and logistics sector.

Henshall has 30 years of experience working in the built environment. In addition to Hydrock, he has also worked at SGi and BWB Consulting.

Burrows Graham is a relatively new company, having been founded in 2020 by Sarah Burrows and Mark Graham. The consultancy has a staff of 40 working in two offices, one in Altrincham and another in Berkhamstead.

“I have worked with Mark and Sarah on and off many times in the last 30 years,” Henshall said. “I know we share the same values in relation to project delivery, client care, and employee welfare, so this just feels like a natural move to further my career working with old friends.”

Graham said he was “delighted” to be working with Henshall again, “having fond memories of the Eddie Roscoe days in Cheadle Hulme”.

Graham continued: “ Rob will strengthen our structural engineering team in Altrincham so we can continue to provide a best-in-class service to our existing clients along with new opportunities in a range of market sectors in the North West.”

Recent Burrows Graham projects in the North West include Schroder’s net zero warehouses at Stanley Green Trading Estate in Cheadle Hulme,  PLP and Legal & General’s 190,000 sq ft Metro 190 in Trafford Park, and Bericote’s 66,000 sq ft warehouse in St Helens.

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Good luck in the new role Rob

By Ian Rawcliffe

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