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Dudleys project engineer Ben Wright welcomes Chris Brady (centre) and Adil Yasin (right). Credit: via French PR

Dudleys appoints North West technical director

Chris Brady has joined the structural and civil engineering firm.

He brings with him more than 30 years of development planning and civil engineering industry experience, having been a consultant for global firms such as Atkins, WSP, and closer to home, CampbellReith.

His CV also includes stints as technical director at housebuilders Mulbury Homes and Anwyl Homes.

Brady has been tasked with growing and establishing Dudleys’ civil engineering team in Manchester, with an eye on recruiting staff.

As part of expansion plans Dudleys made the move to Manchester in March, from Prestwich to 76 King Street in the city centre, and Brady will be working across the North West with a wide variety of clients.

Dudleys, which has its HQ in Leeds, has delivered various projects in this region since it initially set up a more permanent office in the North West last year.

The consultancy has expanded its portfolio adding clients including Peel Ports and Contract Services, and retaining other clients including Voyage Care and Industrial Space Solutions, ABGi,

Also joining Dudleys is structural engineer Adil Yasin.

Across almost two decades his career has taken in spells at Patrick Parsons, Innovare, SWF, and Roltons, providing structural engineering services on residential and commercial developments including care homes, hospitals, schools, and historic mill conversions.

Chris and Adil will work alongside project engineer Ben Wright under board director Paul Brownlow to spearhead the firm’s growth in the region.

Andy Walker, managing director at Dudleys said: “Both are highly skilled professionals with very strong knowledge of the North West market that will undoubtedly assist with our regional growth plans.

“Relocating to a super prime location in Manchester city centre not only helps us to attract the best talent but also places us in the heart of the commercial property business community. We are very excited for what the future holds.”

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