Neil Macqueen is a widely experienced designer, having designed three of the twelve installations for one of the South West's largest redevelopment projects in recent years, the Grand Pier. He now works for James Dyson, developing next generation products for Dyson's worldwide markets.
Designing next generation products for Dyson's worldwide markets.
Mechanical design developing next generation tools and sustaining various aspects of Plasma tooling used in the Semiconductor and research environment.
A Gloucestershire based company that design and manufacture electric vehicles, rides and drive systems for the leisure, service and automotive industries. Recently completing a £51 million pound renovation of Weston-super-mare’s Grand Pier, which re-opened July 2010.
Formflo Limited is a leading manufacturer of roll-formed driveline components, produced by our own unique cold metal forming process.Preferred suppliers of synchroniser sleeves and constant velocity joint cages to many automotive customers in Europe and in North and South America. I headed a project to diversify and improve product range, and address issues around waste material.