We are pleased to announce the promotions of Lee Martin, Keiran Eastell, Mitchell West, Daniel Chambers, Connor McCartney, Ben Russell and Kaige Cowing. It’s great to see so many young employees flourishing at Breheny Civil Engineering.
Mitchell West has been promoted to Site Agent, he is a Breheny Mentor Scheme graduate and has been with Breheny for 15 years since arriving as a general labourer. He’s been working with Steve Lambert for 2 years, Steve said “Mitch is very professional and I’m looking forward to seeing his development continue.”
Keiran Eastell graduated from the Breheny Mentor Scheme after joining Breheny as a graduate engineer in 2015. He has been promoted to Site Agent and is now working with a key client on our Bishop Stortford Scheme in his new role.
Ben Russell has been promoted to Sub-Agent. He has been at Breheny for 4 years. His current Contracts Manager Steve Lambert said “his progression into site management shows that his drive and determination has paid off”. He is currently working with a key client for the Needham Market Office in his new role.
Lee Martin has just been enrolled on the Breheny Mentor Scheme and has been promoted to Sub-Agent. Lee started as a junior engineer 3 years ago. He’s currently working at Cust Hall demolishing and rebuilding a bridge, although being supported by a Site Agent he’s doing a great job managing the project.
Connor McCartney has been promoted to Senior Engineer. He started here as a graduate engineer 5 years ago. Kumar Patel said “He is a very conscientious young engineer who has the potential to go much further in his career. “
Dan Chambers has been promoted to Site Engineer. Steve Lambert said “he’s a very enthusiastic, hardworking engineer who has cemented himself within his current site team. It’s been good to see him progress through to Site Engineer.”
Kaige Cowing has been promoted to Site Engineer. His first scheme with Breheny was at Granta Park in Cambridge in 2018. Since then he has progressed into a well-rounded and knowledgeable site engineer who will undoubtedly go on to have a really good career.
Congratulations to all of them for their fully deserved and well-earned promotions.
We look forward to supporting them in the next step of their careers.