Esher 22 June 2017: Director of Wentworth House Partnership, Tim Lohmann, has been appointed Chairman of the Temporary Works Forum (TWf); a not for profit industry body, which aims to encourage best industry practice and open discussion of any matters related to Temporary Works.

Wentworth House Partnership, which is part of Keltbray Group an engineering design consultancy that specialises in the safe, effective and imaginative design of temporary works and geotechnics, was one of the founding members of the organisation in 2010. The TWf now has more than 120 member companies and works to provide authoritative guidance and professional leadership to the industry regarding current practice, future developments and innovations.

Tim was appointed to the TWf Board of Directors in 2013, and has now been appointed Chairman on the back of his wide experience of temporary works and ground engineering techniques. About his appointment, he said: “I am honoured to take on this role and lead the strategic development of this well regarded organisation. My aim will be to ensure we keep on expanding our remit and scope, and retain our leading position on all industry-related issues.”


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Notes to editors:
Keltbray Group is a UK leading specialist business, which offers engineering, construction, demolition, decommissioning, remediation, rail, environmental services and reinforced concrete frame solutions. The company dates back to 1976, employs more than 1,000 people, and is a key player in developing and maintaining Britain’s built environment. Keltbray provides services to meet the needs of diverse and complex projects, and its well qualified people take pride in delivering projects safely and efficiently, on time and to budget, and with care for the environment and our communities. Keltbray has contributed to a range of high profile construction projects including The Shard, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Stadium, St Pancras International, Crossrail, Earls Court and Battersea Power Station.