Consultancy WSP PB expands Scots environmental team

Richard Jardine said demand for WSP's services was growing. Picture: Contributed

Richard Jardine said demand for WSP's services was growing. Picture: Contributed

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WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, the professional services and engineering consultancy, has added four new members of staff to its environmental team in Scotland.

Stuart Farquharson has arrived at the Glasgow office as an associate from rival Aecom, while principal engineer Stuart Bigham, ecological consultant Robert Watt and environmental planning intern Andrew Johnston have also joined the team, which helps clients through the planning process with services including ecology and archaeology.

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Regional director for environment and energy Richard Jardine said: “Demand for environmental services is growing in Scotland which is why I’m delighted to have the new recruits on board as they can help us move to the next level in our ambitious expansion plans.

“Their skills complement each other perfectly, and their combined years of experience help make a strong team to build on our environment and energy division in Edinburgh and Glasgow.”

Brenda Jones, director of WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff’s Glasow office, said the firm would also be recruiting graduates and apprentices this autumn “to join our growing team and project portfolio”.

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