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Keltbray’s new group director of strategic engineering vows to develop next cohort of talent

Tim Lohmann has been appointed by Keltbray, to the newly-created role of group director of strategic engineering. In this role, he will be instrumental in the delivery of transformational engineering solutions for Keltbray’s clients. 

One of Tim’s immediate priorities will be to work with Keltbray’s senior engineering and training communities to create an industry-leading structured technical development programme for the next generation of engineers that spans across all Group activities.

He said: “I am delighted to be tasked with this new role. The opportunity to work across the group delivering on transformational change in our delivery of innovative engineering solutions is extremely exciting. Developing the next cohort of engineering talent across Keltbray is key to how we move forward. I am looking forward to enabling the wider engineering team to align with the group objectives by focussing on delivering our promises to clients.”

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The appointment aligns with Keltbray’s commitment to deliver on its core purpose, to ‘redefine the way sustainable development is delivered’, across the group’s core markets, through the establishment of a highly connected and collaborative community of engineering talent.

Tim is an accomplished engineer across the full spectrum of civil engineering and a respected industry professional. His experience and expertise in helping grow Wentworth House Partnership, Keltbray’s in-house design business, into one of the UK’s leading specialist engineering design houses is already proving hugely valuable in driving forward the group’s ambition to become the leading engineering delivery partner to its clients.

Craig Moorfield, group technical director, said: “I am delighted to confirm Tim’s appointment as our new group director of strategic engineering. Tim has a wealth of knowledge and experience across the full civil engineering landscape, and his expertise will be integral to driving forward our agenda to develop the next generation of talented engineers that exists within our business. I look forward to working with Tim as he takes our engineering excellence to the next level.”

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