Cumbrian engineering firm opens new office base

A CUMBRIAN nuclear decommissioning and engineering solutions company is opening a new office base in the North West.

Headquartered in Cleator Moor, React Engineering has developed a reputation across the UK for providing specialist engineering and project management consultancy over the past three decades.

The company is now opening a new office in Warrington to cement its current working relationships with the civil nuclear decommissioning sector, and to develop and grow partnerships within the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Sellafield Limited supply chain and other specialists working in the area.

Phil Redfern, React Engineering’s managing director, said: “Opening an office in Warrington is a very exciting chapter in the React Engineering story, and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to spread our expertise within the engineering industry, specifically the nuclear sector, further across the UK.

“We are very proud of how the company has grown with Cumbria at its heart, and it is testament to the support we have received locally that we are in the fortunate position where we are able to expand even further.

“We already work closely with a number of key clients in the Risley area and we are fully aware of the groundbreaking, world pioneering work which is carried out by some exceptional companies and organisations within the locality.

“By opening the new office space, we aim to build on these relationships to ensure that we continually strive towards providing the best possible solutions to real life industry problems.

“On the back of the success we have enjoyed over the past 30 years, we are looking forward to building a new team in Warrington which shares our values, work ethos and drive to make a positive impact on industry.”

Since it was formed in 1994, React Engineering has carried out innovative, cross-sector projects and consultancy work throughout the UK.

The company has developed a reputation as a leader in pioneering engineering and project management, specialising in nuclear decommissioning and environmental clean-up.

Last year, the company also relaunched its React Futures scheme which provides financial and professional support for young people to help kickstart their careers within the engineering sector.

Students on the programme receive a salary to support them through university, a job offer at React on completion of their studies and ongoing career development opportunities.

Kieran Tuplin, a senior consultant with React, will lead the new Warrington operation having recently relocated to Bolton from Cleator Moor. He has been tasked with establishing the company within the new community, and it is a challenge he is really looking forward to.

Kieran said: “Opening a new office in Warrington presents React Engineering with multiple new opportunities, and it showcases the great emphasis the company places on its people by empowering me to lead such an exciting period in its expansion following my recent move to Bolton.

“React has gained a reputation as an industry leader from its base in rural Cumbria, and it is really exciting to be spreading the great work it does to a more urban and more populated geographical area, which will widen the recruitment pool for the company.

“The prospect of creating new relationships with some excellent businesses within industry and the wider community is extremely exciting as the local area is something we as a company always wish to support and promote.

“Through this new office, React is showing its ambitions for business growth and I’m looking forward to the personal and professional challenges up ahead.”

Want to know more?

Get in touch to find out more about React Engineering

This site uses cookies.
CustomiseHide Options
Read our privacy policy

This site uses cookies for marketing, personalisation, and analysis purposes. You can opt out of this at any time or view our full privacy policy for more information.