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Sweco unveils new Cardiff team

Sweco cardiff

Sweco has appointed a new five-strong team at its Cardiff office.

The team will work on highways, bridges and also Welsh government frameworks including windfarms and water sector projects.

The team includes David Gullick, a chartered civil engineer, who recently joined Sweco as operations director for the transportation business in Wales, the South West and the Midlands.

Technical manager Kevin Llewellyn is also part of the new line up. He is currently working on the Mott MacDonald Sweco joint venture for Highways England in the South West and the East . He will work on areas including highway design and drainage design.

The team’s principal engineer is Graeme Smith, a chartered engineer.

Sweco director of design and consultancy John Owens said: “There are lot of exciting opportunities in Wales, the South West and the Midlands, and I’m extremely happy with the team we have in place in Cardiff. As it currently stands there are five members of the team but we’re hoping to continue to invest and double this figure in the next six months as work continues to grow and we take on new projects.

Pictured from left to right is David Gullick, operations director for transportation, Graeme Smith, principal engineer and Kevin Llewellyn, technical manager.


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