(l-r) Andy Clarke, Avril Lamont-Webster and Terry Halligan.

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Experienced duo to take the helm at Halligan Consulting Engineers

One of Birmingham’s oldest independent M&E engineering consultancies, Halligan Consulting Engineers has announced that it will undergo a management buyout led by two members of its leadership team.

Director, Andy Clarke and office manager, Avril Lamont-Webster will take over the running of the business from the firm’s owner and founder, Terry Halligan, who will remain with the firm in a consultancy role.

The long serving duo, who both joined Halligan Consulting Engineers in 1995, will complete the buy-out over the course of the next five years. The deal will see the business remain in its current headquarters on Ludgate Hill near St Paul’s Square, where it employs 10 staff.

Halligan Consulting Engineers was founded in October 1987 and initially developed a reputation for the delivery of mechanical and engineering consultancy on major projects in the South East.

The business later expanded in the Midlands and has since delivered projects including Park Regis Hotel and Al-Abbas Islamic Centre in Birmingham, Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre and a £35 million project at St Martins Place, a 17-storey residential apartment block in Birmingham city centre.

Halligan Consulting Engineers delivers services on behalf of developers, architects, contractors, project managers and end users across the UK. Its clients include Graftongate, Seven Capital, Trebor Developments, Hortons’ Estate, Solihull School and Western Power Distribution.

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Martin Hicks .

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