Allianz appoints Peter Carless as Chief Engineer

Allianz appoints Peter Carless as Chief Engineer

Allianz Engineering, Construction & Power has appointed Peter Carless as chief engineer. He replaces Martin Butler who recently retired from the business.

Having originally joined Allianz in 1999 as the principal mechanical engineer, Peter is returning to the company after working in the energy and water sectors. During the past 12 years he has held the positions of operations and engineering manager in the directorates of waste water operations and asset management.

As chief engineer, Peter will be responsible for maintaining the health, safety, quality and engineering standards which apply to the delivery of Allianz’s inspection services. In addition, working in partnership with customers and brokers, he will be assisting the Allianz Engineering, Construction & Power senior management team in preparing the business for the future and ensuring a world class inspection service.

Peter is a fellow member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers and has sat on the members council of the Pump Centre for the past six years. This has given him a broad understanding of the water industry, combined with 20 years’ experience working in the marine and land based inspection business.

Chris Little, Allianz’s director of Engineering, Construction & Power, said:

“Peter’s many years in the inspection field and the wealth of experience he possesses make him an excellent addition to our business. I’m delighted to welcome him to our engineering team.”

“I would also like to thank Martin for his hard work and the outstanding contribution he has made to our business and wish him the very best for the future.”

Authored by Allianz

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