We are pleased to welcome Joe McClements to the D2 Rail Team, in the position of Construction Planner. Joe will be based at the Water Street office and will be assisting with the day-to-day planning on the North West Electrification Programme – reporting to our Planning Manager John Taylor.
Joe joins us from Carillion where he started his career as a Graduate Engineer and then had 2 years’ experience working within the OLE discipline on NWEP Phase 4. As part of his role he worked within the design management team to begin with, then relocating within the project to join the site team assisting with the planning of the OLE works.
He also has a first class bachelors degree with honours in Engineering.
In his spare time, Joe enjoys travelling and playing a number of sports.
In welcoming Joe to his team, Planning Director Simon Blair said:
“D2 Rail continues to grow its numbers and Joe is another quality addition to our team and definitely one to watch for the future. With an engineering background and recent design management experience on NWEP, Joe is a natural fit in the construction planning team under John Taylor. His previous experience will help him greatly when effectively managing various contracting parties to meet project deadlines in order to satisfy the needs of our client.”
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