04 MAR 2022


Multidisciplinary engineering consultancy Harley Haddow has opened a base in Manchester as part of its UK expansion and recruitment strategy.

The firm, which also has offices in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow, is now actively recruiting for a range of roles for its new presence within Work.Life in Manchester. The aim is to have a ten-person local team in place within 12 to 24 months, cementing their commitment to the north west region.

With an extensive track record of delivering high profile projects in northern England, including a major residential-led mixed use development within the Holbeck area of Leeds and Sanctuary Housing’s multi-storey sprinkler and life safety project in Chester, Harley Haddow, winners of ACE’s Net Zero Advisor of the Year Award 2021, bring a wide range of engineering expertise to the market.

Sarah Peterson, director at Harley Haddow, said: “Expanding into Manchester is an exciting step for Harley Haddow and we are looking forward to capitalising on opportunities in the region. The city has interesting and varied prospects for us and we see it as an ideal location to recruit locally, launch and establish a north west hub and further our business development.

“Talent acquisition of course plays a key part in allowing all that to happen, and we are passionate about recruiting and nurturing Britain’s top engineering talent. We pride ourselves on our director-led approach at Harley Haddow and are actively looking for the right person to take the helm in Manchester as we begin building a dedicated regional team. 

“This approach we also believe helps to set us apart in the industry, with a multidisciplinary and personal offering under one roof for a wide range of projects and client needs. Establishing a base here underlines our commitment to the north west region and we’re really excited about the local market and what the coming years will bring for Harley Haddow here.”


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