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C&P Engineering Services is delighted to announce the recent appointment of David Demock as high voltage engineering director.
David brings with him a wealth of knowledge and an aim to utilise his 40 years’ of high voltage engineering experience within the business’ growth strategy. Over the past four years he has been managing the high voltage division of C&P and has been appointed as director to continue to lead and grow the high voltage engineering team to the next level. He will continue to provide an external facing role to our high voltage customers – a sector which David has an excellent reputation throughout Wales and the UK.
Prior to joining C&P Engineering Services David spent over four decades in the high voltage engineering field where he held senior management positions and developed his extensive project management experience with DNO’s such as SWEB/Hyder, ESB, SEEBOARD and finally SSE. David has also worked for many major contractors and developers such as Alfred McApline and SEC and has also consulted for foreign DNO’s such as EDF and Vattenfall.
He began his career starting as an apprentice cable jointer/electrical fitter with South Wales Electricity Board, progressing from there to managing large multi-million pound UK wide projects as a high voltage contracts engineer for SSE contracting. David also has extensive renewable energy project experience and has worked as a lead HV electrical engineer on prestigious projects such as Pen y Cymoedd wind farm, Blaengwen windfarm, Kilgarven windfarm, Llangwyryfon windfarm, Glyndebourne and Holmleigh windfarm.
Paul Bunyan, Managing Director commented on the appointment: “The past few years have been an extremely exciting time for C&P with continued growth and success and we are delighted to welcome David as director. David has already made a significant difference to C&P and the high voltage division and will continue to be a great addition to the company. C&P has been building for growth and David’s appointment adds operational strength that will support all aspects of the high voltage division and our customer base.”
David commented: “C&P’s real ambition and great reputation was something that excited me a great deal. The company has a vision to build the business by investing in its people and I am delighted to be appointed as director to continue to develop the high voltage division’s operational requirements and engineering team for future growth. We have invested heavily in our operational strength which makes us very well positioned for future customer demand and for building a strong and sustainable HV business throughout Wales and the UK.”