Ingleton Wood, a property and construction consultancy that has been in operation since the 1930s has announced the appointment of a new Senior Associate for the company’s Structural Engineering sector. Ingleton Wood have appointed a Andrew Wright to the position. Andrew will be based out of the company’s London office and will fill a new role in the company.
Ingleton Wood has created the role of Senior Associate in order to allow the property and construction consultancy the opportunity to diversify in the future. The ability to offer advice to more areas of the property and construction industry will help the practice boost growth in some areas of the business.
Andrew will be a great asset to the company as he has spent over 20 years working in the sector. It is thought that in his new role, Andrew will be required to manage the development of existing teams in the consultancy company and then expanding the current offering of services to include commercial property. The company will be focusing mainly on property in central London.
With the change that is taking place at Ingleton Wood makes the company an exciting organisation to be apart of. The London Ingleton Wood office has built up a very good reputation and it is great news that Andrew will been adding the experience he has gained over the course of his 20 year experience.
There is a great deal of potential in the property and construction consultancy sector to expand. With Andrew in the role of Senior Associate for Structural Engineering, he should be able to recognise opportunities for the company to grow while still offering the same level of service to their clients. In the past Andrew Wright has worked as a loss adjustor at DWF, the law firm and has also been a structural engineer for Clarkebond, the engineering consultancy company.