Gerry is a Chartered Engineer and founded Brodie Engineering in 1996. He is a railway engineering career professional with extensive experience of rolling stock maintenance and repair and the design of specialist bespoke infrastructure maintenance vehicles and infrastructure handling equipment.
Dougie joined the Brodie Engineering team in 2004 with over 20 years of rail experience. Formerly, he worked as a team leader in coach building with Hunslet-Barclay and has developed a detailed understanding of all trades associated with rail engineering manufacture, refurbishment and installation.
Jim joined Brodie Engineering in 2015 with over 36 years of experience in the rail industry across a variety of management roles including Depot/Production Management and Engineering Management. He holds an H.N.D Electrical & Electronic Engineering and an MBA in Business Management.
Matt joined the Brodie Engineering team in 2015 as an electrician and has since progressed to Production Manager. Matt started his career in the motor trade with a 4-year apprenticeship at Taggarts of Motherwell (rover dealership) as a vehicle technician. After joining Brodie Engineering, he went to Ireland with the team for 2 years to undertake electrical work to complete building and testing on the Belmond Grand Hibernian.
John joined Brodie Engineering in 2011 with 8 years of rail experience. He began his career in electronics and spent 14 years in various Warehouse and Logistics Management roles where he was responsible for inventory management, warehousing and on-time delivery of materials. John then worked for Hunslet-Barclay, Brush Barclay, Wabtec Rail Scotland where he initially began as Stores and Material handling supervisor. He then developed through a series of management roles including Material and Systems, Materials and Maintenance, Production Control and Materials Manager. As Materials Manager at Brodie Engineering, he has gained a further 8 years of experience in inventory management, procurement, stores and production control in support of production and ultimately the customer.