FBW Group continues to strengthen its senior team while developing new talent across the organisation.
Over the past months the business has announced a series of key promotions and hires across its offices in Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.
FBW continues to invest in the development of the architects and engineers who will deliver Africa’s vision of green, sustainable urban growth.
Paul Moores, FBW Group managing director, said: “We continue to strengthen our team at all levels, supporting and developing our talent and recruiting the very best.
“Professional advancement is at the heart of our organisation as we look towards the future needs of the business.
“We’re delighted to have rewarded members of our team with much-deserved promotions in recognition of the part they are playing in our success and to have welcomed new arrivals across all our disciplines, as we continue on our African growth journey,
“We remain fully committed to developing the young professionals who are the future of Africa and who will drive forward the green and sustainable growth agenda.”
FBW group’s senior team has been strengthened by the appointment of Jackline Nakitto as MEP Project Lead in its Kampala office.
Senior architect MaryClare Gatome has also been appointed head of the architecture department in the group’s Nairobi operation.
Here are the other promotions made by FBW in recent months:
- MEP Engineering:
Hamudan Muwonge – Project engineer, Ugandan office
Shammah Benjamin – Assistant engineer, Ugandan office
- Structural Engineering:
Sam Kasagga – assistant engineer, Ugandan office
Okirya Eddie – assistant engineer, Ugandan office
Martin Kuzegera – assistant engineer, Ugandan office
Morrine Mudegu – Group HR officer / administrator, Kenyan office
And here are the new faces to the FBW team:
Rachel Kalebbo – MEP department, electrical engineer, Ugandan office
Edwin K. Rutto – MEP department, mechanical engineer, Kenyan office
MaryClare Gatome – architecture department, senior architect / head of department, Kenyan office
Justicia Kiconco – architecture department, senior graduate architect, Rwandan office
In addition, graduate architect Donald Luwaga has returned to the group’s Kampala operation.