Neil’s Amazon adventure

Neil’s Amazon adventure

After 10 years as national manager of Engineering Commissioning Services, Neil Caswell, M.AIRAH, has moved to Amazon Web Services (AWS).

“It was time to look at a new direction!” wrote Caswell on LinkedIn. “So, today, I started a new role with AWS as their global constructability engineering principal. My first day was really interesting and I look forward to many new and interesting challenges. 

“My sincere best wishes and every success to the excellent team at ECS. I’ve left the company in safe hands. Here’s to a new and exciting future with AWS.” 

Caswell is a member of the AIRAH NSW division committee and deputy chair of the Infection Control and Operating Theatre Practices Special Technical Group.

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