Scott Mills joins to lead our infrastructure business in Birmingham

Scott Mills news story

25th July, 2019

Hydrock is delighted to welcome Scott Mills as a Technical Director in our Birmingham office to lead the growth of our infrastructure business in the Midlands region.

Scott Mills joins Hydrock in our Birmingham city centre office from WSP where he was an Associate Director and team lead in their Development & Infrastructure business. In a 30-year career, Scott had previously worked for 15 years for Birmingham-based Nolan Associates.

From scheme conception to client handover, Scott is experienced in delivering the vital infrastructure and civil engineering design that supports land and property development in a wide range of sectors including commercial, industrial, warehousing, retail and residential.

Scott joins our national infrastructure business which is led by Ted Stokes who commented: “We’re delighted to welcome Scott to Hydrock. With his experience and client relationships, this represents a strategic hire for Hydrock as we look to grow our infrastructure design offering in the Midlands region. The value that Scott has created for clients on major schemes is hugely valuable as we build our team in Birmingham.”

On his new role, Scott said: “Any one who knows me will know that I enjoy building relationships, talking and listening to my clients and working directly with them to solve their challenges. Hydrock places a strong emphasis on being personable and connected to clients, and I’m looking forward to fulfilling that opportunity and working in our multi-disciplinary office in Birmingham.”

In his career, Scott was the overall Project Manager for the £30m retail extension of Fosse Park near Leicester for The Crown Estate. He has also worked on the redevelopment of Longbridge town centre for St Modwen, the infrastructure for the development of Blythe Valley Business Park, a greenfield development for brewing giant Everards of Leicestershire, and a new Magna International aluminium casting factory in Telford amongst many other noteworthy projects.