Full screen in popup Carter Jonas has hired Julia Wilson as an associate partner in its residential sales team in Oxford. Oliver Sherriff has joined CBRE as a surveyor in its agency team in Southampton. Previous GVA has appointed Jonathan Davies as associate director in its Cardiff valuation team. In addition, Hayley McCarthy and Jodie Al-Khafaji join as graduate surveyors in the building consultancy team and agency team respectively.Jacqui Fishwick has joined APAM as property manager in its Manchester office. She has more than 10 years’ experience, most recently as portfolio manager at Assura.Carter Jonas has hired Julia Wilson as an associate partner in its residential sales team in Oxford. She moves from Penny & Sinclair, where she was an associate.Tim Grierson has been recruited by Delva Patman Redler as head of dilapidations in its London team. He joins from Cushman & Wakefield.MDA Consulting has welcomed Lee Gurney as an associate director.CBRE Manchester has recruited five graduates: Megan Hanney joins the office agency team; Dan Margolis joins commercial valuation; James Berry joins the industrial agency team; Jennifer Craig joins building consultancy; and Francis Hill joins the planning and development team.Anne Baker has moved to Lambert Smith Hampton’s property management team. She was formerly a partner at King Sturge.Ingleton Wood has appointed Memo Ngwenya as a quantity surveyor in its London office.Guy Horswell has been made land and planning assistant at Strategic Land Group.Savills venture Workthere has hired Ed Bouterse as its head in the Netherlands. Previously, he worked at Regus.Oliver Sherriff has joined CBRE as a surveyor in its agency team in Southampton. He previously worked for Portsmouth City Council.Avison Young has made a series of promotions and appointments: James Goode, Harry Skinner and Mark Cooke are promoted to associate director; Scott Meakin joins as a graduate surveyor; Glenn Taylor joins as a surveyor; and Emma Dutton joins as an administrator.Jordan Clarke has moved to Trident Building Consultancy as an assistant building surveyor in its Birmingham office.The Howard de Walden Estate has appointed Jenny Casebourne and Andrea Merrington to its management team. Casebourne recently joined the estate as head of retail and restaurants. Merrington has been with the estate for nine years and leads its planning team.George Craig has been hired by Savills as an associate director in its development team in Norwich. Previously, he worked at Targetfollow in Norwich. Before that he spent nine years in London as a consultant. In addition, Jonathan Prince joins as associate director in the development team in Reading. He has more than 10 years’ experience and previously worked at JLL. Savills venture Workthere has hired Ed Bouterse as its head in the Netherlands. GVA has appointed Jonathan Davies as associate director in its Cardiff valuation team. Anne Baker has moved to Lambert Smith Hampton’s property management team. George Craig has been hired by Savills as an associate director in its development team in Norwich. 1/7 show caption Next Jordan Clarke has moved to Trident Building Consultancy as an assistant building surveyor in its Birmingham office.
French vessel owner and provider of marine and subsea services Bourbon has noted a rise in revenues for the third quarter of the year as expanded fleet and higher average day rates were offset by lower utilization rates.Bourbon generated $426.3 million (€340.8 million) over the three months to 30 September, up 5% compared to the $406.1 million (€324.6 million) in revenue booked during the third quarter of 2013.The company has recorded increased day rates in most segments and regions, owing in part to newer, higher day rates for larger vessels and also rate improvement on some contract renewals and extensions.Revenues from the subsea services for the quarter increased 5.2% versus the same period last year, owing to the removal of 3 smaller vessels (two transferred to Shallow water segment and one sold) and the delivery of 3 new, larger vessels. This accounts for both the increase in average daily rate and the increase in revenues. The reduced utilization rate resulted from a combination of lower level of activity and higher number of drydocks than in the 3,d quarter 2013.Christian Lefevre, Chief Executive Officer of BOURBON, commented: “In the short term, we are entering a period in which the market will be more complex, taking into account cost reductions by clients and the decrease in the price of oil per barrel”. In this context, BOURBON remains focused on excellence in client service execution and on continued cost control. However, structurally the supply and demand for oil & gas will require recovery in the level of investment in the future.” Subsea World News Staff
Geoff joins Cory Brothers with vast experience of port agency in Scotland and will be responsible for managing the company’s Scottish operations and assist with the expansion of services across the UK.www.corybrothers.com
Partners at small and medium-sized firms have seen their profits rise by nearly a third in the past 12 months, according to an annual snapshot of the sector.The Armstrong Watson Legal Sector Benchmark, published today, reveals that net profit per equity partner for firms increased by 33% between 2015/16 and 2016/17. Average profit stood at £129,000, up from £97,000.The results are based on a survey of around 100 firms that Armstrong Watson advises. The firms all have up to 30 partners and are based mainly in the north of England.Fee income per equity partner also increased. Overall, this stood at £598,000, an increase of 48%, the report said. Firms with one to seven partners saw a 52% rise in fee income, while those with eight or more partners reported a 25% rise.However, the report notes that ‘despite this increased profitability, cash still appears to be tight as lock-up has increased; investments have been made and therefore drawings have fallen behind profits.’Among other findings, firms with eight or more partners had 2.9 fee-earners to every partner (down from 3.2 the previous year), while at firms with one to seven partners, the ratio of fee-earner to equity partner increased from 3 to 4.3.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedAda Celah Diantara Sambungan Rel, Ternyata untuk Mengatur Tekanan Panas13/09/2019In “Darat”KA Bima Ternyata Gunakan Rangkaian “Sleeper Train” Buatan Jerman Timur23/07/2019In “Destinasi”Ingin Menikmati Sensasi Kereta Cepat, Bentang Lebar Rel Harus Diganti16/05/2017In “Featured” Jefry menambahkan bahwa sudah ada tujuh kasus yang terjadi hingga pertengahan tahun 2019 ini, dan sebagian besar aset yang dicuri tersebut berbahan dasar besi. Dalam upayanya menanggapi aksi nekat ini, PT. Kereta Api Indonesia (PT KAI) Divre II Padang telah berkoordinasi dengan pihak kepolisian setempat untuk menindaklanjuti para pelaku yang bisa saja mengakibatkan kecelakaan kereta akibat ulah comot-comot sembarangan ini.“Jika kedapatan, kita akan lapor ke pihak kepolisian untuk segera diproses,” ujar Jefry“Selain itu, kami juga sudah berkoordinasi dengan pihak pengepul besi untuk tidak menerima aset-aset milik PT KAI,” tandasnya.Terjadi Juga di Pulau JawaTidak hanya terjadi di Padang saja, aksi serupa juga tengah marak terjadi di Banyuwangi. Lebih mirisnya lagi, aksi yang terjadi di Jawa Timur ini dilakukan oleh oknum PT KAI DAOP IX Jember. Adalah Muhlisin, 50 tahun, bekerja pada bagian unit Jalan Rel dan Jembatan ini pun harus mempertanggungjawabkan aksinya dengan ancaman peberhentian hubungan kerja secara tidak hormat pun sudah siap menyambut Muhlisin.Mengutip dari laman sumber berbeda, Muhlisin bersama beberapa orang pelaku lainnya terlibat dalam aksi pencurian 5 batang besi bantalan rel kereta api di kawasan Sasak Gunting Desa Temuguruh Kecamatan Sempu Banyuwangi, tepatnya di antara Stasiun Kalisetail dengan Stasiun Temuguruh pada tanggal 16 Juni 2019 kemarin.Menjadi Penyakit yang Mendarah DagingAksi pencurian bagian dari rel kereta api tidak baru-baru ini saja terjadi, melainkan sudah dari puluhan tahun yang lalu. Sebut saja yang terjadi pada 23 Oktober 2007 silam di daerah Karanganyar, Jawa Tengah. Beruntung, pelaku yang tengah melancarkan aksinya pada sekitar pukul 21.00 WIB ini berhasil digagalkan oleh warga yang mendengar suara pukulan besi di sekitar rel kilometer 101 hingga 102, tepatnya di Kalioso.Menurut pengakuan pelaku, ia menjual hasil curiannya tersebut kepada pengepul besi dengan harga Rp2.300 per kilogram.Baca Juga: Bertabur Bebatuan di Sisi Rel Kereta Api, Inilah Penjelasannya!Maju ke 4 Februari 2014, dimana Tim Reserse dan Kriminal Kepolisian Resor Bondowoso Jawa Timur menangkap 15 anggota sindikat maling rel kereta api yang tengah melancarkan aksi pencurian ini di Kecamatan Tenggarang, Kabupaten Bondowoso, Jawa Timur.Mayoritas, para pelaku menjual hasil curiannya tersebut kepada pengepul besi dan mendapatkan ‘upah’ yang nominalnya tidak menentu – tapi nominal yang didapatkan tersebut tidaklah sebanding dengan kerugian yang ditimbulkan oleh PT KAI dan pihak keluarga jika sampai terjadi kecelakaan akibat ada bagian dari rel yang hilang. Ilustrasi rel kereta api Beberapa hari ke belakang, pemberitaan media nasional dihebohkan dengan penangkapan sejumlah orang terkait tindak pencurian bantalan rel dari berbagai pelosok Tanah Air. Di Padang, Sumatera Barat contohnya, oknum tidak bertanggung jawab ini biasanya melancarkan aksinya di antara Stasiun Pauh – Indarung hingga Teluk Bayur. Lebih mirisnya lagi, tindakan yang dapat mengakibatkan kereta anjlok ini dilakukan oleh remaja hingga anak-anak di bawah umur, sehingga proses penjatuhan hukuman untuk menimbulkan efek jera pun sedikit sulit untuk dilakukan.Baca Juga: Bentang Rel 1.435mm, Ternyata Telah Jadi Standar Sejak Zaman Romawi!Ya, dapat Anda bayangkan jika beberapa pen roll, baut tripon, atau plat sambung di suatu jalur kereta hilang, “memang tidak seberapa secara materil, tetapi bahaya yang diakibatkan bisa sangat mematikan,” kata Manager Pengamanan PT KAI Divre II Sumbar, Jefry Indrajaya, dikutip KabarPenumpang.com dari laman antaranews.com (22/6/2019).
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In a rotational role on this defense that is now loaded from front to back and even in between thanks to his draft classmates Patrick Queen (LSU) and Malik Harrison (OSU), the former Aggie could be dark horse candidate to win Defensive Rookie of the Year honors if he piles up sacks and pressures while being groomed by one of the best in the game in Campbell as his mentor. After watching their beefy interior that included gap fillers Brandon Williams and Michael Pierce—who were widely recognized as the best run stiffing tandem in the league—got torn asunder in their divisional round defeat this past postseason and then witnessing the San Francisco 49ers’ uber-athletic defensive front wreak shop throughout the playoffs and nearly secure them a Superbowl title, the Ravens and General Manager Eric DeCosta were inspired to stray away from their typical archetype for their interior defensive linemen this offseason. He could have an even greater impact than Campbell on the production of the edge rushers this season. For years, he did the dirty work for the Broncos in the trenches and set up their outside linebackers like Von Miller, Demarcus Ware and Bradley Chubb up for sacks, pressures and quarterback hits that otherwise could’ve been his but the play wasn’t drawn up for him to be the looper on stunts, twists and in certain blitz packages. In the past, the Baltimore Ravens defensive line depthchart has been littered with 300 plus pound behemoths that specialize stuffingthe run first in foremost with their massive space-eating frames and stockybuilds. What’s the significance of mentioning the size and dimensions of Ravens past and present? With the exception of Ellis who is listed at 6-foot-2and 350 pounds, all of the other aforementioned defensive linemen are taller,weigh under or right around 300 pounds, and have slender athletic builds thanthe traditional bulky interior players that the Ravens have employed in yearspast. Former franchise greats and fan favorites like Tony Siragusa, KellyGregg, recently Pierce and currently Williams to name a few, have all been moreor less built the same and weighed well over 300 pounds. It all started with the acquisition of Calais Campbell via trade from the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for a 2020 fifth-round pick. Then they let Pierce walk in free agency and he went on to sign a sizable contract for the Minnesota Vikings—he’ll fetch a pretty high compensatory pick in next year’s draft. While some may point to the lack of a premierpass-rushing talent on the edge as a knock on this unit, the collective talentand skillsets of this group will both complement and elevate the play ofdefense as a whole. In free agency, they resigned Jihad Ward and Justin Ellis who was part of the midseason reclamation project of the defense last season and were able to get former Denver Bronco Derek Wolfe for a steal on a one year deal after their contract with Rams’ Michael Brockers fell through. A month later in the draft, they picked up a pair of young defensive linemen from the lone star state with the selection of Justin Madubuike (Texas A&M) in the third round and Broderick Washington (Texas Tech) in the fifth. DeCosta and Co. saw that the best way to disrupt modern-day offenses whether they’re run heavy like the Tennessee Titans or pass-happy like the Kansas City Chiefs is to have athletic defensive lineman that can get great penetration to not only stuff the run consistently but put constant pressure on opposing quarterback’s at a high rate as well. This inspired them to target players and prospects of a different ilk to remake their depth chart at the position. Wolfe’s potential impact on the defense and the value at which the Ravens were able to get him at can’t be overstated or underestimated. He was on pace for a career year through the first 12 games of 2019 with seven sacks before his season was cut short by an elbow injury. He’s an upgrade from a pass rush standpoint over what they would’ve been getting from Brockers and the fact that he’s coming at about a third of the cost makes the overall value of the acquisition an absolute steal of a deal at a base salary of just $3 million with another $3 million in incentives. Interior pass rush and interior pass rushers havebecome very valuable in recent years with the accession of players like AaronDonald and Chris Jones who routinely finish among the league leaders in sacksand pressures. Even though he is the elder statesmen of the bunch, Campbell isstill a game wrecker up the middle and his 71 pressures in 2019 were the secondmost among interior linemen and 11th among all defensive linemen. A big reason why he was enjoying his best season to date last season is that his former head coach Vic Fangio brought over his system from his time in Chicago with the Bears that schemed up plays for every one of his players to make plays and get sacks, not just the perimeter guys. While he’ll get his fair share of one on one opportunities in Baltimore since they have so much talent around him, the fact that he excels at gobbling up blockers to spring his teammates to come off the edge or up the middle without hardly being touched will be a huge asset that defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale will most certainly take advantage of. The Ravens got more athletic and more versatile in the overhaul of the middle of their defense this offseason and it could pay major dividends in the fall. These new additions will not only improve their interior pass rush but their edge rush as well. The presence of Campbell, Wolfe, and Madubuike wreaking havoc up the middle will take some of the attention and pressure away from their outside linebackers crashing off the edge. That means that Matthew Judon could break thedouble-digit sack threshold in a contract year after being franchise-taggedthis offseason, rising sophomore Jaylon Ferguson could break out big time inyear two, veteran Pernell McPhee could have a nice bounce-back year afterending last season on injured reserve and Tyus Bowser could see a boom in hisproduction in the final year of his rookie deal. Williams will still be the anchor in the middle of the unit and the best run defender of the bunch. He was playing some of his best football down the stretch last season and has improved as an interior pass rusher even though it doesn’t reflect itself in the stat sheet—he did record a career-high five quarterback hits in 2019. He’ll be an excellent mentor for rising sophomore Daylon Mack who spent nearly all of last season on injured reserve but plays the same position and at 6-foot-1 and 340 pounds is built like Williams who is 6-foot-1 and 336 pounds. While Washington will likely be relegated to a backup role as a rookie that will have to fight to make the game-day roster, Madubuike has the potential to play a significant role in the defense in year one. He could be both Campbell’s and Wolfe’s primary backup at either three or five-technique which means that he could see a decent-sized workload in what will be a heavy rotation upfront for a Ravens’ defense that want’s to spell their veterans early and often to keep them fresh. The moves that DeCosta made this offseason will enable the Ravens’ defense to generate more pressure and get to the quarterback quicker without having to send more than five or six defenders. This will lead to more coverage sacks and possibly even more turnovers from quarterbacks making rash decisions because they are being flushed out of constantly collapsing pockets. The Ravens 37 sacks as a team ranked 21st in the league last season and thanks to some new additions, that number could go way up in 2020 thanks to their brilliantly remodeled defensive line that could emerge as the best unit in the league this year.Please follow and like us: