New man appointed to McAuliffe board.
Mr Czarncki is a chartered geologist and geotechnical engineer and brings more than 25 years experience as a specialist in bringing forward derelict sites for development. John McAuliffe, managing director of McAuliffe Group, said: "The appointment and opening of the new office follows a period of managed consolidation by the business in response to market conditions, which has put us in a strong financial position to now invest and respond to increased demand from our clients.
"McAuliffe's North Westclient base has established itself over the last six years - the opening of our new office will allow us not only to strengthen and improve our levels of service to our existing customers, but also to re-kindle and build new relationships with house builders, geo-environmental consultants and commercial developers in the region."
Mr Czarnecki added: "The industrial past of the North Westregion means most of development land is brownfield, with varying levels of geotechnical and contamination issues to resolve.
"Equally, the increasing legislative burden and annual landfill tax hikes will continue to put pressure on the construction industry to eliminate off-site disposal to landfill and work closer with companies such as ourselves to find more innovative ways of developing sites."
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Feb 3, 2011|
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