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Paul Wilson moves to DB ESG

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Paul Wilson has joined DB ESG as a senior project and bid manager reporting to project director James Hornsby.

Joining from another Derby-based company – SNC-Lavalin – Paul is a multi-skilled electro-mechanical engineer with over 40 years of experience, of which over 30 have been within the rail industry.

His role over the past two years has been as service leader – project delivery, during which time he led a team of project managers, engineers, materials and installation personnel to deliver both design and turnkey projects to the industry, notably WSP.

Paul will bring new experiences and capabilities to the team at DB ESG.

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