Project Four recruits associate director

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Downtown in Business sponsor Project Four Safety Solutions has welcomed Dave White to its growing team as associate director.

Downtown in Business sponsor Project Four Safety Solutions has welcomed Dave White to its growing team as associate director.

White joins the 12-person CDM consultancy’s Liverpool office from Morgan Sindall Group, where he was the principal contractor for the Kings Cross Station redevelopment project.

Prior to working for Morgan Sindall, White served as head of EHS London Rail Projects for Telent Technology Services for three years.

At Project Four, White will assist company directors Alan Robson and Max Meadows when it comes to operations and service delivery, allowing the directors to focus more on strategical business and client development, according to Robson.

“Despite the challenges of the pandemic, we have worked hard to build the team and have undergone a vigorous recruitment process to secure Dave White’s appointment,” Robson said.

“His specific skill set and expertise will further enhance our overall offering and ensure we continue to add value to client’s projects, and not simply ticking boxes.”

Project Four has specialised in construction safety and CDM compliance since launching in October 2016. Clients include FI Real Estate, Smith Young and Studio Egret West.

Project Four has offices in Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds.

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