Chris completed his Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Loughborough and then worked within a maintenance/production environment in the rail industry for eight years. He joined EASL as an Engineer in 2012.
Promoted to Principal Engineer in 2022, Chris is now deputy leader for a team of six engineers.
Chris has experience with hanger surveys and is responsible for EASL’s flow acceleration corrosion assessment tasks. He is experienced in engineering task management, and mechanical design work and is the author of numerous engineering reports. On-site experience at eight UK nuclear power stations. Previous experience.
- Structural analysis of pipework systems
- Creep-fatigue crack growth assessment
- Mechanical components including design code, fitness for purpose, component life and safe life minimum thickness assessments.
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