Cundall has announced the expansion of its security specialism with the appointment of Chadik Miah as Principal Security Consultant.
Chadik joins the international multidisciplinary engineering consultancy from BB7. He brings with him a wealth of client-facing experience in areas such as security threat and risk assessments, security strategy and masterplanning, Secured by Design (SBD), counter terrorism and physical security design, blast assessment and design, and Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM).
Chadik explains: "I have developed a great body of experience, working on high profile projects, particularly advising on and designing mitigation measures for physical and counter-terrorism protection. I am looking forward to bringing my knowledge to Cundall and providing added value to their existing client offering."
He has extensive experience engaging and managing clients, engineers and architects on major multidisciplinary projects including high profile events, hotels, public realm, mixed-use developments, office accommodation, secure facilities and Critical National Infrastructure (CNI).
Continues Chadik: "I have always enjoyed working with people and developing productive working relations with a range of clients and stakeholders. This combination of people and engineering innovation is the best of both worlds for me, and is a key part of my new role at Cundall. "
Darren Wood, Cundall's security specialism lead: "We have been keen to grow the security specialism and adding such specialist skills as Chadik possesses enables us to deliver a holistic security consultancy offer in house. This provides our clients with the broadest possible range of specialist security expertise, helping to support their business and projects, with the ultimate goal being to ensure that their people, property and assets are protected from the constantly evolving crime and terrorism threats."
Cundall's security specialism works internationally across all market sectors with key security projects already delivered in offices and workplaces, critical systems and Critical National Infrastructure (CNI).