Patrick Parsons Announce Regional Restructure

29 April 2024

As we continue to focus on delivering distinctive service to our valued clients, we are restructuring our business to enhance our operational efficiency and put greater emphasis on our regional client relationships.  As a result, our senior leadership structure will be changing to reflect this.

Patrick Parsons will now be operating as two regions, with leadership from Conor Murphy for the South, and Chris Storey for the Midlands & North.

Chris Storey commented, “I am confident that this change will empower Patrick Parsons to deliver an even more integrated regional service across our three disciplines of civil, structural, and geo-environmental engineering. By offering our valued client partners a single point of contact for all our endeavours, we aim to enhance our service delivery. I remain dedicated to providing the same personalised service to my existing clients, and I eagerly anticipate the opportunity to extend this commitment to those I have yet to engage with regularly.”

Under the continued guidance of Neil Hobbs, our Managing Partner and Michelle Brightman, our Finance Director, Patrick Parsons remains committed to engineering excellence. Stephen Grindley will be reducing his time within the business, but will remain on the Patrick Parsons Board, and will continue to leverage his expertise to manage other key operational areas.

Patrick Parsons Managing Partner, Neil Hobbs, said ” This is an important next step in the evolution of Patrick Parsons, as we further focus on putting our clients at the heart of what we do. By enhancing our operational efficiency and focusing on closer ties with our clients, we aim to deliver a more personalised and effective service. With Conor Murphy and Chris Storey at the helm of our new regional structure, we’re confident in our ability to meet and exceed client expectations while maintaining the highest standards in civil, structural, and geo-environmental engineering.”

What does this mean for our clients?

We aim to bring our expertise closer to our clients, ensuring that they have a direct line to key decision-makers who understand their specific regional contexts. This new structure will also allow us to be more responsive to client feedback, enabling us to adapt quickly to changing project requirements. This change will simplify communication and ensure that our clients receive consistent, high-quality service from a team that is deeply engaged with their local challenges and opportunities. This is an exciting step forward in evolving how we manage our multi-disciplinary approach to engineering consultancy.

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