Sheffield-based Tom Marshall has been appointed Operations Director at Concertus Design & Property Consultants and will be based in Matlock, home to the company’s East Midlands offices.
Tom has vast experience in the construction industry, beginning his career as a Royal Engineer (Sapper) in the British Army, working with water infrastructure and geographic information systems. He has also spent time at Portsmouth City Council as a graduate Building Surveyor before moving to Hamson Barron Smith (Norse/NPS). His most recent experience saw him join Currie & Brown as an Associate, before becoming Air Operations Director at Currie & Brown Aero where he was key in launching a global aerial surveying division that included hubs worldwide; utilising unmanned aerial vehicles for land and building surveys.
Tom’s focus now will be on improving the service offering of Concertus who have successfully delivered and worked on projects such as Harrington Junior School, Breadsall CofE Primary School, and Brampton Primary School for Derbyshire County Council in recent times.
He said: “I am excited to start the next chapter of my career. After speaking with the Concertus leadership team I bought into the journey and the vision of the business and felt it was a positive step for me to take. The joint venture between Concertus and Derbyshire County Council is an interesting prospect and one that has built real momentum over the last year. I look forward to developing this relationship further and working on initiatives that will be a real benefit to the Council, joint venture, and communities in the East Midlands.”
Matthew Self, Managing Director at Concertus Design & Property Consultants, said: “Tom has had an impressive career to date, playing vital roles in not just multi-million-pound projects, but in launching specific service offerings that have drastically improved what businesses can offer their clients. Now, Concertus are currently seeing our brand and reputation on a massive upward trajectory in the region and are about to take important next steps in our East Midlands journey. We are excited to have Tom with us and for him to further improve what we as a company can offer across Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and beyond.”