RVA welcomes new project manager on board

RVA Group is delighted to announce that there is a new face within our growing team of consulting engineers.

Jack Pierce joins the company with a varied technical, planning and management background. His career to date has seen him work throughout the UK and overseas, in roles including quantity surveying, maintenance coordination at the Seal Sands ConocoPhillips oil terminal and project engineering with a civils firm servicing the petrochemical sector. He is also an experienced rope access technician meaning he is more than familiar with EHS management in inherently high-hazard industries.

Jack has practical demolition, dismantling, contract management, CDM coordination, asbestos removal and high hazard plant maintenance skills – to name just a few other CV highlights – in addition to his wealth of professional qualifications.

He has been appointed into a project management position and is currently involved with RVA’s ongoing work at SABIC.

Commenting on Jack’s arrival, RVA Group’s managing director Richard Vann said: “It is not always easy to find great talent in the decommissioning supply chain. Jack possesses extensive experience and a much-needed skill-set that will enable him to provide a value-adding contribution to RVA’s complex projects.

“When we were acquired by EPH in late 2017 we already had a busy portfolio of work ahead of us. We have not only maintained this momentum – we’ve built on it. So, as we prepare to support clients with upcoming assignments throughout Europe and beyond, it is crucial that there are exceptional project managers within the team. We’re delighted to have him on board.”