Mulbury has expanded its senior team with two new appointments to help deliver its ambitious pipeline of housing schemes across the North West.
The company has appointed Chris Brady as technical director, while Renata Bochenek-Gasiorkiewicz joins as technical manager.
Chris joins Mulbury after 14 years as a partner at CampbellReith in Manchester where he was responsible for a 20-strong team offering design, implementation, and pre- and post-planning technical support for construction projects, including numerous residential housing schemes across the region.
Chris is a chartered civil engineer with 28 years’ experience in delivering development and regeneration projects. Chris’s expertise spans drainage, flooding and infrastructure matters and he will lead and mentor Mulbury’s technical team to deliver infrastructure of the highest standard across the firm’s pipeline of construction projects.
Renata will work alongside Chris to lead Mulbury’s team of engineers, managing all technical aspects of the firm’s new housing developments, including design of infrastructure such as roads and drainage, structural elements, mechanical and electrical systems, and utilities delivery.
Renata is a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and has over 13 years’ experience in managing civil, structural and highway engineering projects – most recently as a principal engineer at Pell Frischmann in Manchester. Her experience includes overseeing design work and site supervision on schemes such as residential developments, nuclear sites, airports, waste facilities, universities, and mixed-use developments.
Greg Mulligan, co-founder and director at Mulbury, said: “I’m pleased to welcome both Chris and Renata to the Mulbury team. The depth and breadth of their knowledge and expertise on the technical side of building new homes will help take our infrastructure delivery to the next level – ensuring people have an exceptional experience while living in a Mulbury home.”
Chris, who is originally from Buckinghamshire and now lives in Chester, obtained a degree in Civil Engineering at Kingston University in 1993 and is a Chartered Civil Engineer (CEng MICE) with the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Renata graduated from Cracow University of Technology in 2005 with a Master of Engineering (MScEng) in environmental and civil engineering.