Experienced civil engineer, Mike Cullington, is to take up the role of national director of civil engineering at leading independent management, design and construction consultancy, Pick Everard.
Having been with the firm for 28 years, Mike will lead the civil engineering discipline, which covers a broad range of engineering and consultancy services from water engineering and hydraulic modelling through to infrastructure and highways engineering.
Mike said: “I’m proud to have been promoted to national director and I am looking forward to contributing to Pick Everard’s 2020 vision. I will be playing a key role in developing strategies in the civil engineering discipline and ensuring that our service delivery is as efficient as possible for our clients.
“My career highlights so far have included playing a key role as civil engineering consultants for design and project management at Grove Park Commercial Centre in Leicester. It has been a £15m project and we have had 20 years of repeat business with the client. This has been very satisfying for me personally.
“I have also worked for Cannon Kirk (UK) Ltd, for the last 15 years leading the Pick Everard highways and infrastructure team providing design support for adoptable roads and drainage systems and transportation services for their new housing developments.”
Mike started his career at Pick Everard as a senior engineer and has 11 years of experience in working with contractors and a local highway authority before moving to the firm. He has seen the firm advance with the use of technology through 3D modelling, BIM and other systems to solve civil engineering problems.
Pick Everard civil engineers have a strong reputation for water sector and highway infrastructure design including sustainable urban drainage and 3D surface and earthworks modelling together with hydraulic modelling and expertise in providing design support to the water industry over many decades.
Mike is a Fellow of Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and past chairman of the ICE’s Northamptonshire Branch. He is also involved in the training of staff at Pick Everard as a supervising civil engineer.
Duncan Green, managing partner at Pick Everard, said: “At Pick Everard, we have a broad range of civil engineering capabilities which we use to create bespoke solutions for a diverse range of clients. With Mike at the helm of the department, I have no doubt his leadership will further our offering even more and cement us as a leader in the field.
“I would like to congratulate Mike and I wish him every success in his new role.”
With 11 offices across the UK, Pick Everard operates nationally across a broad range of sectors including education, blue light, healthcare, defence, custodial, industrial & manufacturing and workplace. Its services include project management, cost management, architecture, building surveying, building services engineering, civil engineering, structural engineering and management advice.
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