01 Nov WWA Promotions News
WWA is proud to announce the recent promotion of 5 members of staff.
Tom Michaluk, based in the Gloucester office has been promoted to Associate Partner.
Tom has developed an excellent relationship with many clients in the region including the developer, Robert Hitchins and the Bransford Trust. He has also been instrumental in driving forward WWA’s infrastructure costing review for Landowners across the region. These successful relationships bring a healthy pipeline of work and Tom has ensured that WWA is the “go to” surveyor on these opportunities.
John Timony-Smith, based in the Gloucester office, has been promoted to Associate Partner.
John joined WWA last year and has established a new workstream by offering support to schools throughout the Condition Improvement Funding process. His tenacity has reaped reward, securing over £10m in Capital Funding on behalf of his clients.
Gemma Roberts, based in the Gloucester office, has been promoted to Project Manager.
Gemma joined WWA as an Administrator in 2013, quickly progressing to Assistant Project Manager and recently qualified as a PRINCE2 Practitioner. She has provided valuable support to the Project Management Team on a programme of works for Premier Inn and is now working towards the APM Project Management Qualification.
Emily Hayden, based in the Plymouth office, has been promoted to Senior Project Manager.
Emily has had a busy year, passing her APC and being appointed as Chair of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Matrics Devon and Cornwall Branch. She has been working with Adam Ferguson on the landmark Plymouth History Centre and has recently started a new project with the Dartington Trust.
Laura Darbyshire, based in the Truro office, has been promoted to Principal Building Surveyor.
Laura is an APC Doctor and assists WWA staff working towards their qualification. She has been leading on various projects across Cornwall and in London. Laura is currently assessing damage caused to commercial buildings by the Crossrail tunnelling under Red Lion Square.
Martin Ayliffe, Partner, said: “We are delighted to announce these promotions in recognition of the hard work and loyalty of the individuals”.
“They have all made a significant contribution to the offices in which they work and are shaping the future growth of our business”.
“We wish them continued success with their projects and look forward to a bright future together”.