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Process Engineering

Our consultancy professionals are experienced, results-orientated problem-solvers dedicated to finding the best solution to fit every challenge and tailored to our client’s needs. We adopt a can-do culture and avoid a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach when more innovative thinking is required.

If you’d like to discuss any current or future project, please get in touch.

Combining in-depth knowledge and understanding across all disciplines with years of practical expertise, a diversity of backgrounds from design to operations, robust processes, and streamlined procedures, our team’s client-focused, flexible approach achieves precise results and successful outcomes.

To find out more, click on any team member below.

Jon Horne

Process Engineering Director

Jon is an experienced Engineering professional operating at Director Level. He holds responsibility for a team of Process Engineers who work on numerous projects across different Industrial Sectors.

Jon owes much of his and the department's success to his flexible and 'leading by example' approach with a proven ability to deliver innovative and value engineered solutions.

Chris Dill-Russell

Senior Process Engineer

Chris is a degree-qualified Chartered Chemical Engineer with over 30 years of process engineering, process safety, project management, production management, and technical management experience.

This has been gained in the Fuel storage sector and Pharmaceutical industries with specialist expertise in Process safety, HAZOPs, ATEX/DSEAR, SIL/LOPA and value engineering option studies.

Mitchell Carter

Senior Process Engineer

Mitch joined RB Plant as a Process Engineer with a First Class MEng degree in Chemical Engineering.

Mitch has experience in process engineering, gained from pharmaceutical, energy, steel, oil additives and chemical industries.

Dominic Kempt

Process Engineer

Dominic graduated from the University of Nottingham with a Chemical Engineering Master’s degree in August 2018.

His 3rd year design project was based on sulphuric acid recovery, and his 4th year research project on the generation and manipulation of polymeric microspheres.

Simon Sykes

Process Engineer

Simon gained his Chemical Engineering MEng Hons, 1st Class degree at Newcastle University in 2016.

He is a self-motivated, results-driven process engineer, with wider business acumen gained through Kerry Graduate Scheme, starting in operations to gain management experience then moving to engineering to exercise passion for chemical engineering.