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Ramboll bolsters Northern presence

Consultant Ramboll has made two senior appointments to its Northern region management team.

Garry Palmer has been appointed director of building and design and will be based in Manchester. He comes from AECOM, where he was head of advanced design.

His background is in architectural engineering, specialising in the design and analysis of complex structures.

“I am joining Ramboll at an exciting time for the company. I am looking forward to continuing Ramboll’s commitment to design-led consultancy on a national basis whilst broadening our multi-disciplinary capabilities across Scotland and the North of England.”

Stephen Appleton has been promoted to director of building and design to strengthen the existing management team and will be based in Glasgow.

He comes from the energy and climate division where he was associate director, joining two years ago. He helped develop Ramboll’s sustainable energy masterplanning capability, and took up this new post on 4 October

“I am delighted to be taking up this new role within the group. As engineers I strongly believe we have a responsibility to improve the environment and at Ramboll this is embedded in the culture, we constantly strive to achieve rigorous solutions that make a genuine difference to our customers, the end-users and communities,” he said.

Regional Director for the Northern Region, Robert Butler, said: “We are thrilled to have Garry and Stephen join us in the region. Their appointments demonstrate our commitment to strengthening our capability within the region and most importantly improving the Ramboll experience for our clients and fellow professionals.”

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