A warm welcome to two new Engineers Lee Wilkinson and Bradley Hannah who joined our team recently as part of our continuing expansion. Lee and Bradley will be predominately delivering our design and build projects.
Lee graduated from the University of York with a bachelor’s degree in Physics, where he studied a variety of topics including Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Electromagnetism and Nuclear Physics. Following graduation Lee joined Doosan Babcock’s graduate scheme, where he gained experience in the Oil & Gas and Nuclear sectors providing specialist asset management engineering services. Upon completion of Doosan’s graduate scheme, Lee became a founding member of Doosan Babcock’s distributed energy business. Here he developed business strategies and technical delivery models for distributed energy systems specifically focused on hydrogen fuel cell technology. In this role Lee was responsible for producing energy strategies, energy masterplans, and energy centre designs for industrial and commercial organisations, and local authorities. Lee has international experience, having developed and delivered fuel cell projects across the USA with Doosan Fuel Cell America, working with clients and utilities from concept feasibility right through to construction. Read more here.
Bradley graduated with a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Strathclyde. As part of his degree Bradley completed a 5-month internship at the Laboratoire de Génie Chimique in Toulouse, France. During this placement, Bradley investigated hydrodynamic behaviour in microreactors through computational fluid dynamics simulations.
Bradley also completed a summer internship with ExxonMobil during his time at university, at their Refinery in Fawley, Hampshire. He was responsible for the early stages project development aiming to enhance efficiency and utilisation of two distillation columns within the reforming block. This project involved process simulation and optimisation, process design, extensive economic analysis, logistics management, execution and tie in strategy. Read more here.