Senior Newcastle appointment strengthens Clancy Consulting management team

Clancy Consulting has appointed Chris Lewis as divisional director to lead the team in the multidisciplinary consultant’s Newcastle office. 

Lewis has over 18 years’ experience within the construction industry and has significant project management experience having successfully delivered numerous projects leading multidisciplinary teams. Lewis began his career working for Newcastle City Council and has more recently held senior positions with Network Rail and AECOM. 

Commenting on his appointment, Lewis said: “I am delighted to join Clancy Consulting and I am looking forward to working with their excellent team. There are many exciting prospects and opportunities ahead for the business, both locally and nationally. We are looking to build and expand upon our existing reputation for excellence to develop and expand the service we already offer to clients across the north east and beyond.”

Notable developments on which Lewis has provided his expertise include a £40m highway scheme at Gateshead Boulevard, which will extend through the centre of Gateshead and is designed to remove the major development barrier created by the existing Gateshead Highway structure. Lewis was also involved with the development of a new southern entrance to Leeds Station which involved working on a constrained city centre site located over the River Aire.

Other projects on which Lewis has been involved include Sandy Station extension, Teesport freight gauge enhancements and Northumberland masonry arch refurbishment programme. 

Alan Bramwell, chief executive at Clancy Consulting, commented, “As the business continues to grow and develop, it is important that we keep under review and strengthen the senior management team so we are able to fulfil our role as a leading design consultancy, respected for both excellence and innovation across the built environment. We wish Chris every success in his new capacity within the Clancy senior management team.”

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