Quartet of senior appointments strengthens Mace’s Yorkshire presence

Quartet of senior appointments strengthens Mace’s Yorkshire presence

Mace, the international consultancy and construction business, has strengthened its Leeds office with four senior appointments as it looks to bolster its expertise across Yorkshire.

Andy Hirst joins as Northern Manufacturing Lead and will head up the industrial, logistics and manufacturing portfolio in the North of England and Scotland.

He has clocked up over two decades of experience working for brands such as Coca-Cola Enterprises, Princes and Nestlé.

He will work with companies within both the traditional and advanced manufacturing sector with a particular focus on supporting businesses source, develop and run key sites and facilities.

Kerry Martin has been appointed as Mace’s Public Sector Lead in the region, bringing a wide range of expertise and experience in the delivery of public sector projects across the asset lifecycle.

Andrew Walker, who been at Mace for 13 years, working across the UK and in the Middle East, has recently returned to Yorkshire and transferred into the regional business.

Completing the new senior appointments, Chartered Quantity Surveyor Gary Allen joins with established project experience in a wide range of market sectors, with particular expertise in the health sector.

In his new role as National Health Sector Lead, Gary will be responsible for delivering high quality, innovative consultancy to Mace’s current and future health sector clients across the UK.

“This investment in our team is a sign of Mace’s commitment to growth across Yorkshire and the North,” said Richard Shaw, Operations Director for Yorkshire and the North East, said:

“The North is home to world leading companies and organisations that have ambitions to innovate, expand and create the conditions for future growth.

“We are investing in the skills, experience and expertise to support the growth of these companies and initiatives particularly across the manufacturing, health and public sectors.”