PJA, the Birmingham-based transport, engineering and placemaking consultancy, has welcomed 11 new members of staff to its headquarters as well as across its network of UK offices.
In Birmingham, most of the appointments have been made within the engineering team, with Andrew Nixon joining as Associate Director, Alison Caldwell as Associate and Phoebe Ryding as Flood Risk and Drainage Engineer. Shannon Connelly has been appointed as Consultant in the Transport Planning team and Belinda Garey joins as Office Manager.
In PJA’s Cambridge office, Mike Salter has been appointed Director and in Manchester Catriona Swanson has become an Associate in the Transport Planning team.
In Reading, Brian Norman has been appointed GIS Manager and Claire Harrison as Associate in the Engineering and Transport Planning teams respectively. Both Claire Helson and Emily Daffern have joined the Transport Planning team as Graduate Consultants.
Nigel Millington, joint managing director at PJA, said: “The last few months have been really busy for us so it’s great to have our new starters on board to help respond to growing levels of client work.
“They all bring knowledge and experience to help us deliver exceptional solutions for our clients.”