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Engineering Consultancy Wallace Whittle Opens New Birmingham Office


A LEADING engineering consultancy has marked a period of sustained growth by opening a new regional base in Birmingham.

Wallace Whittle – which has more than 140 staff across eight regional bases in the UK – is opening its doors in Newhall Street as part of a strategic expansion of its national presence.

The firm is targeting geographical growth as part of its ambitious plans to grow the business, with a focus on regional offices in England having long been established in Scotland and the Republic of Ireland.

The new bases with help serve its growing portfolio of clients, including residential schemes in Digbeth, the Smithfield regeneration project and a Bet 365 Data Centre in Staffordshire.

“These expansions signify a pivotal juncture for our company as we execute our growth strategies and extend our reach across the UK. Growth in England is pivotal to our next level aspirations for the company, and we are steadfast in our commitment to becoming a prominent player in the region.”

The office – which is part of the Colmore Business District – will be led by newly appointed director Darren Wright, who brings more than 20 years’ experience across MEP contractor, local authority and design consultancy settings, and will leverage his knowledge of the region to spearhead the establishment and growth of the office.

He said: “It’s a privilege to be joining an established brand in Wallace Whittle at such an exciting time and playing a key role in the expansion and growth plans within Birmingham and the wider central UK region.”

“Promoting the company’s proud history of delivering quality of product and service is fundamental to maintaining our local existing client base and shaping relationships with new clients alike.”

Alongside the new Birmingham base, the firm has also opened in Manchester, taking its overall number of regional offices to eight.

For more information on Wallace Whittle, please visit wallacewhittle.com.

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