Hawkins Wishes Andy Ninham & Neil Arthur a Happy Retirement

Hawkins would like to wish a very happy retirement to two of our outstanding investigators who have worked for us for many happy decades at our Cambridge Office!

Andy Ninham joined Hawkins in September of 1989 and has been a leading light of Hawkins’ Road Traffic Collision investigation team throughout his thirty-one years in the company.During that time he has carried out over 1,000 forensic investigations!

In addition to his investigative role, Andy was the Regional Manager of the Cambridge Office for several years and has been the Chairman of the SIP Trust for the last few years, meaning he has been key in holding the main Hawkins Board to task.

Here Andy helps secure himself before ‘going ape’ at Hawkins’ 2019 annual all-company meeting.

Neil Arthur joined Hawkins in January of 1995, making 2021 his twenty-sixth year with Hawkins. He has also been an integral member of the Road Traffic Collision investigation team and has worked on many cases involving personal injury and mechanical engineering throughout the years.

For many years, Neil was in charge of Hawkins recruitment , and under his guidance, the company increased not only the number of its investigators but also the disciplines that Hawkins was able to investigate. In recent years, Neil was the Regional Manager of our Cambridge Head Office, a role in which his excellent interpersonal skills were invaluable.

Here he is in 2014 at Hawkins’ annual all-company meeting enjoying his time on a segway, and pictured front-and-centre with colleagues from the Leeds, Manchester, Cambridge, Birmingham, Reigate and London Offices!

Thank you, Andy and Neil for all of your hard work, from all of us at Hawkins.

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