Senior appointment grows M&E team at Clancy Consulting
Article posted on: 23rd March 2021
A new appointment for Clancy Consulting bolsters a growing division and brings onboard a key individual in the Midlands market.
Chartered Engineer John Santos has joined the Birmingham office as Building Services Associate and will be working as an integral part of the M&E Midlands team. The role grows the senior management group within the Building Services section of the office which has bucked the regional trend over the last 12-months in terms of increasing workload, particularly within the healthcare and residential sectors.
John has served in some of the leading multi-disciplinary consultancies in the Midlands region including Hoare Lea, Couch Perry & Wilkes and, more recently, the last seven years at Capita.
His previous roles led John to work on some significant projects in the healthcare sector, amongst others, working directly with NHS trusts alongside tier one main contractors on major new builds plus refurbishment schemes within live operational environments. From new A&E departments and in-patient facilities to research laboratories and large-scale infrastructure reviews, these often-complex projects combine specialist technical knowledge whilst maintaining efficiency and flexibility for the staff, patients and visitors of these demanding building spaces. The integration of low and zero carbon technologies to achieve energy and sustainability targets within his project portfolio also aligns with Clancy’s wider ambitions which is, more than ever, at the forefront of conversations with project stakeholders across all schemes.
Mike Powers, Director of the Birmingham office at Clancy comments, “We welcome John into a role that sees us grow our senior management team in the region. His experience in the healthcare, education, residential and the wider commercial sectors align perfectly with our plans for the future, and we are delighted that John is joining us to form an integral part of the growing team in the Midlands and the wider Clancy business.”