26 09, 2017

Senior Ecologist, Alan Cowlishaw

We are very happy to welcome Alan Cowlishaw to the Egniol team, joining the rapidly expanding Bangor office as Senior Ecologist.

Alan has 13 years experience of working in construction, energy and transport infrastructure as an ecologist and as an IRATA rope access supervisor. His ecological experience has been gained in research and consultancy both in the UK and overseas.

Holding Natural England and Natural Resources Wales Bat Licenses, Alan has extensive experience in carrying out primary ecological assessments and surveys for developments for bats, reptiles and amphibians. Other survey experience in the UK includes badgers, aquatic invertebrates and nesting birds; overseas Alan has carried out research into lizards in the Caribbean, Bonobo Chimpanzees in the Congo and Baboons in Namibia.

As part of the service offered we can provide protected species surveys, licensing and mitigation services to our existing and new clients throughout the UK. Contact our Bangor office on 01248 355996 for more information on what we can offer.

Welcome to the Egniol team, Alan!

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20 09, 2017

Head of Infrastructure, Dan Shoesmith

We are delighted to announce the arrival of Dan Shoesmith at Egniol, joining us as our new Head of Infrastructure. Dan joins us from Pell Frischmann where he has spent most of the last 20 years building an enviable career in the delivery of large and complex infrastructure projects, including buildings, highways and airports.

He has worked across a variety of development sectors including residential, employment, waste, commercial, leisure and mixed-use. Dan is based in Milton Keynes, will work from our Southern region office and will be further strengthening our infrastructure sector offering in the south as well as supporting and helping to develop our wider civil and structural engineering teams around the country.

Welcome to Egniol Dan!

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