The Cambridge arm of mechanical and engineering design consultancy Building Services Design (BSD) has promoted Mark Dyer to regional director. The appointment comes as the business celebrates its 25th birthday and re-establishes its presence in the city after a period of steady growth.
With Mark leading the team, focusing on the quality of delivery alongside new business, the emphasis will shift to identifying new relationships and building on opportunities with existing clients.
Mark joined BSD in 2002 and spent over 10 years working as an electrical engineer at the firm’s headquarters in Northamptonshire. After a promotion to associate director in 2011, he relocated to the Cambridge office in to provide stable leadership and trusted expertise to clients.
David White, managing director at BSD, said: “Mark’s promotion is a significant milestone for our Cambridge office and our clients in the east. His experience and knowledge of both engineering and our business will be of huge benefit to our team as it continues to deliver an exciting range of projects around the region.”
Mark Dyer, regional director at BSD Cambridge, said: “After a long and rewarding career at BSD, I’m pleased and excited to take on this new role at a significant point in the history of the business. During my four years in Cambridge we’ve continued to grow relationships with our client base and collaborate on significant projects that can capitalise on the dynamic skill set of our team n the city. I look forward to growing with our current and future clients via our skilled team of mechanical and electrical engineers.”
BSD Cambridge works on a wide variety of projects with a diverse cross section of partners and counts contractors, end users, project managers and developers among its long term clients. It has expertise across a range of sectors including arts and heritage, commercial, defence, education, healthcare, hotels, retail, residential and sport.
The firm has seven offices in the UK including bases in Manchester, London, Kettering, Cambridge, Birmingham, Derby and Nottingham.