Frazer-Nash’s electronic and electrical technical organisation

Engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash has launched a new, fully integrated and multidisciplinary electrical and electronic engineering technical team.

This latest move formalises and draws together the company’s electrical and electronic expertise; and with nearly a quarter of the company’s 600 employees with relevant skills, it will enable Frazer-Nash to deliver electrical, electronic, control and instrumentation solutions to its diverse client base – which includes government, regulators and commercial organisations.

Frazer-Nash’s consultants will support projects across the aerospace, transport, nuclear, civil marine, defence, renewable energy, oil and gas sectors; and be well-placed to provide solutions to clients operating in industry and manufacturing.

Bill Hodson, director at Frazer-Nash consultancy said: “The launch of our electrical and electronic engineering offer is an important strategic development for us. This initiative is the result of a three-year programme to grow and develop our electrical engineering science skills. This latest move will ensure we can capitalise on the opportunities and challenges that are present in the market. Our clients’ operations will benefit from our refreshed structure as we’ll be well-placed to support the full design life cycle of their equipment and plant. Our employees will benefit from a wider range of project challenges; whilst more opportunities will be available to specialists joining the business.

We can now offer our clients a more complete service across the board and take on even more complex multidisciplinary briefs than ever before.”

In recent years, Frazer-Nash has achieved consistent growth across its skills and markets. The creation of our new electrical and electronic engineering technical team is part of a strategic intent to grow the business at a year-on-year rate of 15% in the period 2014-2019.

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