Frazer-Nash appoints decommissioning business manager

24 May 2010

UK-based engineering consultancy Fraser-Nash has appointed Neil Proud as business manager for nuclear decommissioning in its Warrington office.

Proud started his career working at Sellafield with British Nuclear Fuels Limited (BNFL) before moving on to become Managing Director of Deva Manufacturing. Neil joins Frazer-Nash from his most recent role as Chief Executive of Brewery company Briggs of Burton plc.

Neil’s role will be to lead the development of the company’s rapidly growing nuclear decommissioning arm. Frazer-Nash has particularly strong experience in this field, including work on decommissioning projects at Sellafield Ltd.

Nial Greeves, Frazer-Nash Senior Business Executive, said: "We are delighted to gain Neil’s experience. His knowledge of decommissioning work in particular will help the business build upon its current contracts with Sellafield, the NDA and our work across the Magnox sites. We are focused on developing our nuclear portfolio, particularly in the field of decommissioning, and believe Neil’s drive and enthusiasm will be a great asset in supporting this growth."

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