Ashby consultancy promotes three of its staff

By Graham Hill

19th Mar 2021 | Local News

LR: Howard Wheeler, Clare Fowell and Tristan Pulford
LR: Howard Wheeler, Clare Fowell and Tristan Pulford

Ashby-based, environmental, health and safety and engineering risk management consultancy, Finch Consulting has promoted three of its staff.

The company based at Ivanhoe Office Park, has promoted Tristan Pulford, Howard Wheeler and Clare Fowell as part of ambitious growth plans to become a medium-sized business within the next five years.

Pulford, a chartered Mechanical Engineer and process safety engineer has been promoted to Principal Consultant and is Finch's Head of Consulting.

Wheeler, has also been promoted to Principal Consultant and has over 35 years of electrical engineering experience. He will continue his role as the go to person for all matters relating to new UKCA legislation.

Fowell, a Chartered Environmentalist sits at the centre of Finch's ambition to grow its environmental and sustainability capabilities. She has been promoted to Senior Consultant.

Also joining Finch as a newly appointed member of the support team is Maddie Davies.

Commenting on their promotions, Finch Consulting, Managing Director, Dom Barraclough said "Tristan, Howard and Clare have consistently excelled in their specialist areas, delivering a high standard of quality and advice to our clients.

"They live and breathe our core values and culture on a daily basis. I hope these promotions continue to highlight both the diverse range of talent and the various opportunities that exist within the Finch community."

Engineers, first and foremost, Finch Consulting provide expert witness, legal counsel, training workshops and consulting services to clients in the legal, financial and insurance, food and drink, leisure, manufacturing, energy and waste sectors.


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