Sean Langton has been announced as director at Manchester’s Building Services Design (BSD). His presence in the North West’s engineering and construction industry has spanned almost 35 years, with experience delivering hundreds of national and international projects.
“I studied building services engineering at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) but my first introduction to engineering was when I was 17-years-old and managed to secure my first job with DSSR,” said Sean.
Sean moved across departments and DSSR’s joint ventures, working his way up the ranks to become an associate before joining BSD in 2013. He has been an associate director at BSD for five years and is delighted to have been promoted, following a long and varied career in the industry to become the Manchester office’s new director.
“I’ve worked on all manner of projects – if you think of a building, it’s likely I’ve worked on it; or at least something similar. My work has taken me to the Sudan and Iraq completing schemes varying in size and value,” said Sean.
“My varied experience – which has seen me work on completing atomic weapons research facilities, police HQs, higher education and commercial facilities, care homes and laboratories – has meant that I’ve had a really solid grounding in the industry and can tackle almost anything that’s thrown at me.”
Sean will continue his work at BSD and build upon the relationships the company had been forming over the years with its clients and drive the company’s growth further.
“Sean’s commitment, drive and hard work have been recognised by many across the business during his time at BSD. He’s an expert in his field, has pushed the Manchester office to become a leader in its field and continues to develop lasting relationships with key clients which are crucial to the survival of our business,” commented on Sean’s new position David White, managing director at BSD.