Allelys welcome three new starters
Posted: 29th Jun 2022
Expansion within project management and engineering
Allelys are pleased to welcome three new members to our team: Simon Davies, Matt Misian and Alastair Reilly.
Simon and Matt both joined as Project Managers in February with Alastair joining the business in May in the role of Project Engineer. With the company continuing to grow, it’s essential that we also continue to strengthen our team to ensure that we’re able to service our customers to the same high level as we always have. The engineering and project management departments are critical to the success of our projects and it’s great to welcome three new employees into these teams.
“I was attracted to the Allelys business because they are a family run, independent company. It’s great to work within a team that completes some of the biggest moves on UK roads, but also to work for an employer that’s small enough to truly care.
I’m responsible for delivering projects on time, on budget and to customer and industry standards. With the projects we work on, this means that no two days are the same and I enjoy the variety of jobs I get to work across.” Explained Simon Davies, Project Manager.
“A project manager for Allelys is given the opportunity to implement engineering and project management skills into a variety of unique projects consisting of requirements, conditions and constraints that vary greatly.
Since joining Allelys, I have worked on projects in the South of England to the Northern Scottish Isles and I am looking forward to continuing collaborating with the team on diverse and exciting projects.” Discussed Matt Misian, Project Manager.
“Allelys are a company with massive equipment that works on huge projects. This naturally creates challenges that require forward thinking solutions, which is the exact reason that I got into engineering in the first place.
There are rarely two projects that are the same, so the best part about the role is that you’re constantly designing new solutions. It’s rewarding knowing that you helped make that project come to life.” Commented Alastair Reilly, Project Engineer.