Ricardo-AEA has strengthened its Air Quality team with four senior consultants: Ben Grebot, Betty Ng, David Carslaw and Tim Scarbrough. The new positions are part of the expansion of the firm’s Air Quality practice on winning a major three year contract with the crown.
Ricardo-AEA has been awarded three contracts by the UK Government’s Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The contract will see the consulting firm provide quality assurance and quality control services to the UK’s largest air quality monitoring network for a variety of stakeholders, including the UK’s statutory reporting requirements to the EU as well as its own citizens.
As part of its securing the project, the firm recruited four consultants to take up roles in its Air Quality team: Ben Grebot, David Carslaw, Betty Ng and Tim Scarbrough. Their new roles will see them working alongside existing members of the team to further the consulting firm’s offerings to clients needing expertise in air quality.
Ben Grebot worked at AMEC Environment & Infrastructure UK (formally at Entec UK) for more than 9 years. In 2011 he joined Amec Foster Wheeler and worked as the firm’s Technical Director for its Environmental Policy & Economics team. At Ricardo-AEA, Grebot has taken on the role of Technical Business Manager.
Betty Ng worked for many years (1995 – 2008) at the Environment Agency, rising to be a Technical Manager. In 2008, she joined Jacobs Engineering as the company’s Technical Director, after which she became the Managing Director at ATNIR Environment in 2010. Her last role was at ERM: Environmental Resources Management, which she joined as Technical Director in 2012. Today Ng is a Knowledge Leader in the Air Quality team at Ricardo-AEA.
Tim Scarbrough started his career at AMEC Environment & Infrastructure UK in 2007 where he worked for almost five years and attained the position of Senior Consultant in environmental policy. In 2012 he joined ICF International as a Senior Consultant, a role he held for more than two years. Scarbrough joined Ricardo-AEA’s Air Quality team as a Principal Consultant.
The fourth edition to Ricardo-AEA’s Air Quality team is David Carslaw, who joins from King’s College London, where he worked extensively for the Environmental Research Group. In addition to his work at KCL, he has been a member of the UK’s Air Quality Expert Group since 2002.
Commenting on the additions to the team, Robert Bell, Ricardo-AEA’s Managing Director, says: “Our UK and International client base has expanded rapidly in the last 18 months. The experience that Ben, David, Betty and Tim bring to Ricardo-AEA complements the capabilities of our existing team, ensuring that our clients around the world continue to have access to the world leading expertise that they have grown to expect from us.”