ABBEY is a Northern based multi-disciplinary construction consultancy with UK wide coverage.
The team at ABBEY boasts a wealth of skills, knowledge and experience within their growing workforce, and pride themselves on excellent project delivery.
The team at ABBEY has a proven track record of success in the range of specialist services provided to Clients throughout the UK. With a motivated, ambitious and results driven set of employees, the team at ABBEY pride themselves on excellent project delivery and have a proven track record of success in all the services ABBEY provide.
ABBEY base their success on building strong client relationships; providing technical support, expert knowledge and experience on all types of projects, to ensure that client requirements and expectations are achieved.
ABBEY boasts an enviable client list, from large household names, to small-medium enterprises and individual home owners.
ABBEY believe that client focus is key, striving to provide a professional, innovative and complete range of property and construction related services, throughout the UK.
Raymond Bone is the Managing Director of ABBEY. He holds a Master’s Degree in Occupational Health and Safety Management along with a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management from the University of Hull, United Kingdom. Raymond joined ABBEY in 2016 and oversees the CDM Consultancy and Health and Safety advisory services throughout Europe. In 2014 Raymond set up his own Health and Safety consultancy – Bone4Safety, and was responsible for all health and safety management including specialising in the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 & 2015. At present Raymond lectures on year 2 and 4 of the BSc Degree at the University of Hull, and is a Chartered Member of IOSH (The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health). Raymond actively promotes Health and Safety through membership of IOSH Council, Chair of the IOSH Consultancy Group, Chair of the IOSH Humber Branch and Chair of the Association for Project Safety (APS) Yorkshire Region, and has recently been invited and joined the Board of Directors for the APS.
Heather McQueen Pearson
Heather McQueen Pearson is the Health and Safety Director at ABBEY. Having graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management from the University of Hull, Heather specialises in Safety and Health Consultancy, CDM Consultancy and Design Risk Management. She joined ABBEY at the start of 2019 following thirteen years working for a multinational defence and aerospace company where she gained valuable experience across multiple sectors. During the last 12 months she has developed the training division at ABBEY which provides engaging and focused training courses tailored to client’s requirements both online and in the classroom. Since graduating Heather has worked as a NEBOSH examiner and delivered talks and presentations to many organisations. She sits on the Executive Committee of the Humber IOSH Branch and works with other regional committees to promote the profession to young people currently in education.
Gary is ABBEY’s Director of Operations. With 32 years’ experience in civil engineering focussing on Health and Safety, he is a valued member of the team whom clients rely on for advice and assistance with ensuring that all duty holders are undertaking their roles effectively by means of Construction Phase Plan reviews, Design risk reviews and site safety inspections. Gary has worked as a project manager on civil engineering contracts and advised on projects up to £300 million in value. Prior to joining ABBEY Gary progressed to become the CDM Advisor for East Riding of Yorkshire Council seeing him work on infrastructure contracts including highway, process, M&E maintenance, and construction projects. Gary is the Chair of the Association of Project Safety (APS) Yorkshire branch promoting safety throughout the region. Gary was also a much-respected member of the IOSH Humber Executive committee for a number of years until this year.