Frazer-Nash becomes associate member of Niteworks partnership
Engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash has been approved as an associate member of Niteworks, the partnership between the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) and industry that provides decision support to the UK MoD.
By becoming an associate member, Frazer-Nash is now able to participate in Niteworks projects and be considered for specific roles contributing knowledge and experience to support the MoD as required.
Commenting on the news, Frazer-Nash business manager Dave Reed said: “Frazer-Nash’s specialist defence engineering capabilities are complemented by our strong existing relationship with the MoD – indeed we have been called upon by MoD in the past to manage and deliver high technology projects, and to develop decision making approaches across the land, sea, air and communications domains.
“Being an associate member of Niteworks is very important to us and we look forward to the opportunity to provide our full range of engineering services – including systems engineering, decision support, research and policy development – to the MoD on its programmes.”
“The recent appointment of Bill Hodson as business director to Frazer-Nash also underlines our ambition to continue to refresh and develop our information systems, resilience and security engineering offering to the MoD and industry, at a time when these services are more important than ever.”
Niteworks’ partnering & communications director Gerry Ward said: “We are delighted to welcome Frazer-Nash to the Niteworks partnership as an Associate Member. Developing our specialist knowledge and industry expertise helps to make the Niteworks offering stronger and enables us to deliver greater value for money to the MoD.”
Frazer-Nash business manager Dave Reed