New faces run PCT

Private engineering company PCT Engineers has completed a restructure of its board and senior management, in which the three founding partners have moved to non-executive roles. The latest move was the promotion of Paul Birighitti to chief executive of the Belmont-based company, which in recent years has increased staff numbers to 170. This follows the appointment of PPB partner and Gryphon Minerals chairman Mel Ashton as chairman. PCT, which provides engineering services to the resources and infrastructure sectors, has also recently appointed corporate lawyer and Deacons partner John Chandler as a non-executive director. The balance of the board of directors is made up of the company’s three founding shareholders, Angelo Dabala, who was formerly managing director, Gary Napier and Geoff Longshaw. “The ability of the founding partners of PCT to recognise the need for change and to act quickly on that need is a major strength of PCT,” Mr Ashton said. Mr Birighitti has experience in engineering, consulting and IT services and was PCT’s business manager, process reliability and integrity for the past two years. His management team has been strengthened recently by the appointment of John Walters as chief financial officer.


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