Graysons Solicitors has welcomed Carol Simpson, who has joined the firm as head of its clinical negligence department. Carol qualified as a solicitor in 2004 after obtaining her law degree at the University of Huddersfield. Carol has worked in the field of medical negligence for over 14 years and is experienced in handling a wide range of medical negligence cases. She has specific expertise in acting for claimants on a variety of high value cases.
David Allwood has recently been appointed as a member of the board of directors and equity shareholder at JPG. Mr Allwood is a qualified chartered structural engineer with over 20 years’ experience. David originally joined JPG back in 2007. He was appointed as country manager for JPG’s new venture in the Middle East. JPG Group, based in Leeds, excels in providing the highest quality civil and structural engineering services.
The SCX group, based in Wincobank, Sheffield, has appointed
Nigel Montgomery as operations director and a full board director. He has made the step up after six years’ service as electrical controls and instrumentation director for SCX Special Projects, SCX’s bespoke engineering division, playing a key role in the development of complex automated control systems for large-scale moving structures. SCX Special Projects is known around the world as a result of the sliding roof at Wimbledon and its work on a similar roof for No.1 Court.
Parseq has made three senior appointments within its client service and business development teams to capitalise on a string of contract wins.
Tracy Ridgard joins Parseq as an account manager, bringing more than 15 years’ experience delivering services to customers across the financial services, media and retail sectors. Nick Wise joins as a business development consultant as does Giles Chambers as a business development consultant.
Dame Xiangqian Jiang is a Professor of Precision Metrology at the University of Huddersfield’s Centre for Precision Technologies and has recently been appointed to be one of twelve strategic advisers to the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The twelve advisers will form the EPSRC’s Strategic Advisory Network (SAN). Their role is to provide the executive with strategic advice to assist in development.