Opus International Consultants (Opus), the Global Engineering Consultancy has kick-started 2015 with a recruitment drive offering a range of flexible and part-time working opportunities to the UK workforce. The campaign was launched online to NCE (New Civil Engineer) jobs, using a focused advert stating ‘flexible & part-time work opportunities’ tapping into work/life balance being high on many people’s agenda for the New Year.
Opus International Consultants Ltd (Opus) has reported a restructure of its Executive Leadership Team effective immediately.
Opus subsidiary, Structural Surveys Direct will operate under the Opus Structural Surveys brand from November 1, 2014. The company, based in Doncaster in the UK, provide inspection and surveys to homeowners, as well as asset and data management services to its corporate clients.
Hugh Morrison has been appointed as Opus’ new Director of International Growth. He will commence the role on 13 October 2014 replacing the incumbent Alec Webster who retires at the end of 2014.
Mr Morrison was recently Group CEO and Director of Arrow International Group Ltd. He brings to the role extensive experience in the infrastructure sector in senior management and directorship roles.
Opus has pleasure in inviting you to our special breakfast briefing. Nicholas Boyle, Transport and Development Manager from the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, will present the Borough's proposed alternative tunnelling options to replace the decaying Hammersmith flyover which is used by 90,000 vehicles daily.
After undertaking a feasibility study, the borough realised that the flyunder could potentially transform Hammersmith town centre. Alongside achieving overwhelming local support, the borough convinced the Mayor, and Transport for London to dig deeper. The session will cover:
Engineering Consultants, Opus International Consultants (Opus), has appointed Mark Valentine to lead its business in the North of England, and to grow the provision of services at its offices in Doncaster, Manchester, Nottingham and Wrexham.
The 24th Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference was held in Vancouver on 1-4 June 2014. Opus was represented at the conference by Cherie Mason (NZ) and Robert Swears (UK) who were awarded the inaugural Mavis Johnson Traffic Safety Award for the Best Policy and Practice Paper at the conference. The conference was attended by about 200-250 delegates from across Canada and several from overseas countries and from a variety of different agencies and included health professionals, police representatives, researchers, practitioners and those interested in road safety education and engineering. Over the three days of the conference 90 presentations were made covering a diverse range of topics extending from "Automated Vehicles: How Close Are We?" through to "Roadway Police Justice".
Representatives from Global Engineering Consultancy, Opus International Consultants (Opus) with the head office in Bristol, swapped hard hats for golf shoes when they took on the prestigious Celtic Manor golf course and raised over £1,200 for The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
Opus International Consultants, the global Engineering Consultancy will be relocating from offices in Victoria to larger premises on Old Street, Shoreditch, East London.
Representatives from Bristol & Cardiff will swap hard hats for golf shoes when they take on the prestigious Celtic Manor golf course, synonymous with the Ryder Cup, later this week. More than 40 of the sector’s biggest names in the construction industry will attend the golf day hosted by the Global Engineering Consultancy, Opus International Consultants (Opus) with offices in Bristol and Cardiff.