Joe has joined the Bennett Engineering Design Team as a Design Engineer. He brings experience from a worldwide manufacturer of lifting and material handling solutions, where he was responsible for crushing chamber design across multiple brands.
Prior to this, he developed bespoke designs for a manufacturer of precision taping and winding solutions for the electrical and energy industries.
Joe has a strong theoretical background, developing calculations for use in the design of crushing chambers, lifting equipment and for the manufacture of subsea oil and gas pipelines. He is particularly effective in developing cost-effective designs and streamlining manufacturing and assembly processes.
From a young age Joe has been intrigued with the mechanical workings of machines, regularly taking them apart to find out how they work. By 17, he was a volunteer at the Great Central Railway in Loughborough, helping restore and maintain steam locomotives.
On a Personal Note
Joe also has practical experience in machine assembly and testing, evolved from his passion for working on his motorbikes and mountain bikes.
Outside of work, Joe also enjoys spending time in the outdoors; sailing, hiking and riding his bikes.