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Readypower Terrawise appoints Andy McLaren as regional director for Scotland

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Andy McLaren has been appointed to the role of regional director Scotland for Readypower Terrawise, which provides and delivers innovative solutions in design, foundations, permanent way, piling and other niche specialist civil engineering services to the rail industry and other sectors.

Russell Jack, Readypower Group.

He will develop the company’s specialist civil engineering business in Scotland, delivering package works for existing Tier 1 clients and for Network Rail direct.

The former head of track projects at Babcock International, Andy has a wealth of experience in rail, built up during a long and successful career.

Russell Jack, chief executive officer of the Readypower Group, commented: “We are extremely excited to have attracted such a high calibre person to head up our Readypower Terrawise business in Scotland.”

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