Saturday, December 9, 2023

Multidisciplinary engineering consultancy expands Yorkshire presence with new Leeds office

Pell Frischmann, a multidisciplinary engineering consultancy, has expanded its Land Development team with a new office in Leeds at The Leeming Building on Ludgate Hill.

Pell Frischmann’s Land Development team, led by sector director, Paul Smith, has been on an impressive growth trajectory over the past six years. With a team of over 40 technical staff, this expansion into Leeds represents a significant milestone in the company’s growth, further enhancing its capacity to support existing clients and projects.

Heading the Leeds office is Pell Frischmann’s newly appointed technical director, Matthew Addison. For the past decade, Matthew has been a key figure in providing specialist transport planning advice to the North of England market.

He has contributed to several prestigious schemes, including the Headingley Stadium north/south stands on behalf of Caddick Developments and securing planning consent for 1,300 dwellings on an unallocated site at Bartle to the north-west of Preston.

Matthew said: “My decision to join Pell Frischmann was a natural progression and one that aligns with the company’s reputation for delivering innovative highway solutions to both public and private sector clients. I’m eager to help grow the sector while maintaining the exceptional standard of service that clients have come to expect from Pell Frischmann.”

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