Richter moves North West with new Warrington office opening
As the UK’s leading temporary works designers, Richter has opened a new design office in Warrington.
The company has enjoyed considerable success in recent years, with A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon, the East West Rail improvement scheme, Ironbridge Power Station controlled explosive demolition, and London’s iconic Google Building being a few of the high profile projects to benefit from Richters’s years of experience.
Managing Director, Roger Tice said: “Richter has always been a business happy to get on with its work away from the limelight. We have built a reputation for engineering value into projects through pragmatic works design and feel more projects could benefit from our experience, expertise and no-nonsense approach. This approach has won us important prestigious contracts throughout the UK. It is now time we strengthen our position in the North West and attract the talent from the surrounding area so that we can continue to deliver high quality engineering schemes. Warrington is the perfect location for us and connects geographically into our existing office network around the UK. We welcome Lee Simm CEng MICE (centre) as Director of this region".