Crouch joins Burns & McDonnell
James Crouch will lead a team of engineers responsible for the engineering and design of future networks for network owners and developers after being appointed by Burns & McDonnell.
30th January 2018 by Networks
Crouch (pictured) joined Burns & McDonnell earlier this month (January), having previously been head of engineering at Sterling Power Group.
Crouch comes to Burns & McDonnell with almost 10 years’ experience in the electricity industry in the UK. He has worked on a range of electrical infrastructure design-build projects throughout the UK, and has significant experience in developing solutions for power network projects.
Jonathan Chapman, managing director, said: “We are growing our UK employee base and making gains in the market which are tremendously exciting. In addition to our contracts won, we are developing a team of talented people who will be instrumental in deploying our innovative infrastructure solutions in Birmingham and across the UK. I am very pleased to have James on board. He comes to us with strong abilities and knowledge in this sector, and I know he will bring huge value to our team as we continue to expand.”
Crouch added: “I am pleased to have begun work at Burns & McDonnell and to be part of a firm with so much history, knowledge and passion behind it. I am joining the UK team at an exciting time and am looking forward to seeing the company develop and expand in the coming months and years.”
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