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S I Sealy Promotes four team members

We are proud to announce the promotion of four of our team members who have made exceptional contributions to our company’s continued success this year. 

Ben Rathbone has been promoted to Principal Electrical Engineer, Andrew Fyfe has been promoted to Senior Electrical Engineer, Marcin Kruk has been promoted to Senior Mechanical Engineer, and Wesley Hilton-Gani has been promoted to Mechanical Engineer.

Ben, who joined us in 2017, has played a crucial role in leading the design and delivery of several major projects across various sectors. He has been instrumental in developing the new all-electric modular Cambridge Surge Centre, the new Electric Shuffle in Manchester, and the Flight Club in Liverpool for Red Engine. Moving forward, Ben will continue to work on a diverse range of projects whilst mentoring fellow team members.

Andrew, who joined us in 2015 as an electrical engineer, has been responsible for delivering detailed electrical engineering designs for the healthcare sector, leading the team on the new Perinatal Unit at Leeds & York Partnerships NHS and the new CWS Tanks at Fairfield Hospital.

Marcin joined our team as a Mechanical Engineer in 2023 with a HVAC Master Engineering Degree. With expertise in the public sector and healthcare, Marcin has delivered projects such as the new Hulton Building at The Royal Oldham Hospital and the Accrington Market Hall for Hyndburn Council. Marcin’s promotion will enable him to lead the team on various projects across multiple sectors, including healthcare, education and large-scale residential developments.

Wesley holds a First-Class Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Salford and has been promoted to Mechanical Engineer. His passion for mechanical engineering and heating and ventilation systems has been shown throughout his time at S I Sealy through projects such as the Macmillan Cancer Support Centre at Stepping Hill Hospital. Wesley is dedicated to continuous professional development and is currently working towards an MSc in Building Services with Sustainable Energy from Brunel University with our support.