Thanks to continued growth across the renewable sector, engineering consultancy Engsolve has promoted Mark Rayman and Chris Davies to lead the company as its directors. Furthermore, the company has moved into larger premises located on Brackla Industrial Estate in Bridgend, to fit its growing number of staff members.

Mark and Chris will now lead the company that was founded by Paul Emmitt, which provides engineering design and support, cost estimating and control, project management and safety risk assessments across a range of industries, including energy from waste, renewables, and green energy.

Mark is a Chartered Chemical Engineer and has extensive experience across sectors in the UK and overseas. His experience encompasses work from small engineering houses up to large multinational companies and his breadth of experience means he is a skilled Process Engineer which has allowed him to develop his significant leadership skills.

Mark said: “I was thrilled to be appointed a joint director alongside Chris during this really exciting time for the company. With the positive combination of renewable energy developments and emerging new technologies, we’re helping clients seeking a circular economy future, which will result in brighter and more sustainable outcomes for generations to come.”

Chris is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with significant experience in the design, installation, and operation of large industrial rotating machinery, from central power generation to large compression equipment and ancillary systems. His experience in managing large, commissioned projects is a testament to the experience gained having acted on behalf of clients as both project manager and mechanical specialist in the past.

Chris added: “Having worked at Engsolve for years, I’m delighted to be leading the company into its next phase of the journey. With an office move, the recruitment of new team members, and new project wins, the future of Engsolve is looking incredibly bright. While we have some big plans for the coming years ourselves, we’re very much looking forward to taking our client’s concepts and ideas and bringing them to life for them, for the benefit of people and the planet.”

Engsolve’s client success spreads across multiple sectors and has included pioneering a waste-to-hydrogen technology, reviewing natural gas lines at a papermaking facility’s UK headquarters, and consulting on a thermoplastic vulcanisate facility in south Wales where several world-scale extrusion-based production lines were located.

Managing Director and founder Paul Emmitt will remain involved in Engsolve but will be focusing on the day-to-day running of its parent company Powerhouse Energy Group as its Chief Executive following the acquisition of Engsolve earlier this year.

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