Renewables SME Award Winners, McAusland & Turner announce expansion into ErgoMcAusland & Turner’s Managing Director, Albert Weatherill – has today announced the expansion of McAusland’s Renewables Team into the Ergo hub for renewables and environmental technologies at the Bridgehead Business Park, Hessle which overlooks the Humber Bridge.
Albert, who is also the Chairman of the Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce Shipping & Transport Committee stated “We are delighted to be moving our specialist renewables Surveyors from our Hull HQ on the Victoria Dock Estate into the Ergo centre, which is at the heart of the UK’s Energy Estuary in July 2018.
Being a member of Team Humber Marine Alliance and the Greenport Hull supply chain network, it made perfect sense for us to show our support for them & the broader Humber Business Community as a whole to move our renewables team to these superb new facilities”.
McAusland’s Renewables Senior Surveyor and Resource Co-ordinator, James Curley added “The team could not think of a better, more well-connected hub to move to. We currently work with some of not only the Humber region’s Top Tier renewables businesses but also global companies such as Vestas Wind Power, Siemens Gamesa, Drax Bio Mass and Enviva, to name but a few.
The excellent state of the art facilities provided by Ergo will, therefore, help us to continue to forge further new alliances within this growing industry sector as well as ensure continued support for our current business partnerships”.
Off the back of record high growth within the renewables sector, this most recent expansion marks a further milestone for McAuslands, who have been in business as surveyors and consultants for over 130 years and whom now have offices across the UK as well as in Europe and as far afield as Eastern Europe and South Africa.
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