Award winning, independent development and construction consultancy Identity Consult has appointed four new colleagues this month, taking its total head count to 67.
Three new colleagues join the Identity Consult office in Sunderland, with Clémence Tyrel de Poix taking up the role of assistant consultant having moved from Sharkey. Paul Cole joins the team as senior health and safety consultant moving from Gentoo, while Daniel Frazer joins as consultant project manager from Durham County Council.
Hamza Mohamed takes up the role of assistant cost manager, joining the newly established team in Salford where until now, he has studied Quantity Surveying at the city’s university. Identity Consult opened its office in Salford having expanded its client base there; the company also has offices in Preston and York.
The news comes in a period of growth for Identity Consult; the company has welcomed 18 new colleagues into its team this year – including two new apprentices. The team has also secured its Investors in People accreditation, established training and mentoring programmes and received an Exceptional Employer Award from Preston College.
Speaking of the appointments, Mark Doherty, managing director at Identity Consult said: “Our colleagues are at the heart of our business, and we are proud to have invested in great talent this past year, nurturing the skills and expertise of our existing colleagues, and welcoming great new people like Clémence, Paul, Daniel and Hamza.
“They each bring their own unique set of skills and I look forward to working alongside them.”
Mark was part of, and led, a cohort of colleagues who completed a management buyout of Identity Consult in 2018. In that time, it has more than doubled its headcount from 32 to 67 colleagues. Mark continued: “We have achieved good results since the MBO, maintaining a strong client base across the North East, North West and Yorkshire and I look forward to undertaking more great projects on behalf of clients in our core sectors moving forward.”