BE Design, the multi-disciplinary architecture and engineering practice headquartered in Newark, has appointed an internationally-based associate to grow the European arm of the business.
Bryan Fish joins the company with a wealth of experience in civil and structural engineering governance, with previous roles having seen him operate within the commercial structural engineering sphere.
His experience ranges from offices, and residential developments, warehousing and factories including marine civils. Most recently he has specialised in the buildings and energy sector in the south of France and Madrid.
BE Design has 15 live projects across the continent for a selection of blue chip developers and end-user clients. Current developments include a manufacturing facility for a European aircraft manufacturer, and a 120,000 sq m non-sortable distribution facility for an internet retailer.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the BE Design family in this new role for the business. From the very first conversation I was given the warmest of welcomes, and it was clear to see that the company and close-knit team has been built on great experience and trust.”
“This role is allowing me the opportunity to work on a diverse portfolio of work and be heavily involved in the future development of the company. As most central European locations can be reached from Madrid, the city has been chosen to launch BE Design’s second office, allowing me to work across our portfolio of projects across Spain, Germany and Italy.”
“I’m looking forward to what is shaping up to be a fantastic year for BE Design, which has already started with a number of new projects and opportunities.”
Stephen Oakden, director at BE Design said:
“We’re very excited to be bringing Bryan on board and look forward to working with him to expand current European business and develop further opportunities on the continent.”
“With the support of the BE Design family back in the head office, Bryan’s position in Madrid will allow him the flexibility to look after our client projects in Europe and develop the crucial connections to develop our international portfolio further.”
“The company is currently going from strength to strength, and we all look forward to working closely with Bryan and wish him the best in his new role.”
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